Come and enjoy the taste of the world at B.B. Comer Hall! You have an opportunity to experience various food from around the world!!
CLC has purchased a 180 degree webcam that can be used by more than 10 students at a time. It will create a class similar to personal versus personal settings. CLC is committed to providing students with the best learning environment!
Korean Business in the South Fair finished successfully. Major Korean business corporations (Hyosung, POSCO, SEWON) representatives have attended the event. UA students had a good experience of Korean culture and food.
Join us for the Korean Business in the South Fair at the Ferguson Center Ballroom on 11/07/2017! There will be representatives from several major Korean business corporations attending the event. This will also be a good chance to experience Korean culture and food. The event is free, and students, professors, and staff of the University of Alabama are more than welcome … Continue reading Korean Business in the South Fair
Staff members of Critical Languages Center worked on the Around the World to promote our languages programs! CLC staff wrote student’s names in their languages, and students were so excited to have their name in a lot of different languages!
Please check CLC calendar to see your final exam schedules. You are required to show up at least ten minutes earlier than your assigned exam time. Please contact your language trainer or our CLC staff if you have any questions about the exam time. Good luck!
Starting from this Saturday, March 25th, CLC will host a series of cultural events. Come and join us to appreciate the flavors of different cultures. Saturday, March 25th: Korean Cooking Class and Game Day from 11 am to 4 pm Monday, March 27th: Chinese Night from 5 pm to 7 pm Tuesday, March 28th: Japanese … Continue reading Please join us for the CLC Cultural Week!
Dear CLC students, CLC will have recorded midterms going on these two weeks. Please check out our calendar and find your exam time. We advise you to talk to your language trainer to better prepare for your midterm. You are also welcome to contact our GTAs for tips of learning a language. Good luck!
The Department of Modern Languages and Classics recently received a game-changing asset from Hyosung USA for the University’s ever-growing Korean program, which now boasts 21 students. Representatives from the company, which manufactures everything from mechanical rubber goods to ATMs, visited The University of Alabama in November bearing a $10,000 gift meant to aid in the … Continue reading Our Korean Program Receives $10,000 Donation
Our CLC staff participated in the 2017 GOBD! We enjoyed the food and talking to the students! Hope you all have a great semester!