Faculty members in the School of Language, Culture, & Society have identified Global Justice as the School’s central theme, with emphases in social and environmental justice, food insecurity and food sovereignty, and Latino/a Studies. Priorities for the School include engaged scholarship, service learning, undergraduate research, and international experience.
Teaching and research expertise in the School are wide-ranging, from Mesoamerican archaeology to midwifery to German film to Asian American Literature. Students in the School of Language, Culture, and Society have opportunities to participate in study abroad programs in Costa Rica or Chile, anthropology field schools, archaeological digs, travel courses, and internships in local and global community organizations, in addition to their campus studies.
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