Kent State’s Office of Global Education Offers New Language Series ProgramPosted Sep. 30, 2013
Kent State University’s Office of Global Education is sponsoring a new event open to all students, faculty and staff at no cost. The Survival Language Series will offer a crash course on basic language skills every other week during the semester.
Each week’s session will be taught by a native language speaker, and each event will offer a different language. The next event of the semester will teach Mandarin Chinese and will take place Friday, Oct. 4, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in Room 206 of the Multicultural Center in the Kent Student Center. Hungarian language will be featured on Oct. 18 at the same time and location.
If you are interested in leading a class, have any questions or would like to RSVP, contact Alana Baudo in the Office of Global Education at email@example.com. For future Survival Language Series events, please refer to the International Student and Scholar Services calendar at www.kent.edu/isss/index.cfm.