Kevin Simeon (’17 Chinese) has traveled to distant continents, made many new friends, and established an international business based around his knowledge of Mandarin Chinese. He attributes his success to enrolling in Chinese 101 at WSU.
It wasn’t until my sophomore year on the Palouse when I decided to take on the daunting challenge of learning Mandarin Chinese. It would later become one of the best decisions of my life. » More …
Three College of Arts and Sciences students received nationally competitive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship awards to study-abroad this fall.
The students are:
Evan J. Wilson, a junior majoring in international business and marketing and minoring and Chinese-language, will spend the academic year at Kookmin University in Seoul, South Korea.
Michael B. Young, a sophomore majoring in Chinese and Japanese language and culture, will spend the academic year studying in Harbin China through the CET Academic Programs’ Intensive Chinese Language program.
Alma J. Zamago, a junior majoring in Japanese, will study during the academic year on an exchange with Kansai Gaidai University in Osaka, Japan.