Associate Chair, Professor Alejandro Herrero-Olaizola with Students
Kelly Nguyen (French Certification in Secondary Education) Excursion in Annecy, France, CGIS program in Grenoble, France
Rogelio Castro (Spanish Major) CGIS program in Bahia, Brazil
Scott Freedman & Andrea Montoya (Spanish Majors) Salinas Grandes in the Province of Jujuy, Argentina LSA International Internship Program
Adam Desjardins (French & Francophone Studies Minor) African Renaissance Monument, CGIS program in Dakar, Senegal
Erica Bauman (Spanish Major) Cathedral of Salamanca, CGIS program in Salamanca, Spain
Megan Hullman (French & Francophone Studies Minor) Merzouga, Morocco LSA International Internship Program
WELCOME TO RLL!
With over 750 million global speakers, learning a Romance language opens doors in the global community. The communication, critical and creative thinking skills coupled with the global perspective that our program fosters, are invaluable to a variety of career paths such as business, law, education, medicine, government, the arts, and social work. Whether in Ann Arbor or Argentina, Spain, Italy or Brazil, our alumni have innumerable opportunities to make differences in the lives of others.
RLL students have the opportunity to study in diverse locations including Buenos Aires, Dakar, Rio de Janeiro, Granada, Ferrara, Paris, and many more. By providing insight into the social and intellectual life of other peoples, studying a Romance Language fosters humanistic attitudes and cultivates a spirit of tolerance and understanding.
RLL hopes to offer students an advantage in the global marketplace by offering new degree options in Portuguese.
- Languages Play a Key Role in RLL & Computer Science Major’s U-M Career April 21, 2015
- Student’s Passion for Learning Languages Shapes U-M Career March 11, 2015
- Student Links Interests in Spanish, Medicine & Athletics February 6, 2015
- Screening: "Souls Without Borders: The Untold Story of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade"
- 8:30 PM
- Madriz es mucho Madrid': The Capital Role of Graphic Arts in Identity Formation
Speaker: Anthony Geist
- 6:00 PM
- Lusophone Film Festival "The Second Mother" (Que Horas Ela Volta?)