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Campo Di Fiori
January 30, 2019
In 2001, the University of Washington Rome Center established a year-long student internship position designed to give UW students a unique opportunity to gain practical experience working in an office environment in an international setting. It was named the Trina Deines Rome Center Internship in 2009 in honor of our UWRC Director Emeritus. The position is especially well suited to a student working on Italian language studies or on another independent study topic that would be enriched by... Read more
Kenneth Barger
January 7, 2019
Read about French Major Kenneth Barger (BA, French 2014) and his fascinating career as an interpreter and translator for the court system in the College of Arts & Sciences Perspectives Newsletter here.
Lake Leman
December 6, 2018
The 6th Annual French & Italian Studies Photo Contest was a resounding success!  This year we had 20 finalists with excellent photographs taken in Italy, France, and Senegal. Over 200 people from the French & Italian studies community voted on their top three favorite photos. On the slideshow above you can click through to see the three prize-winning photos. To see all of our finalist's photos go here. On December 5th we held an open house where we ... Read more
Sophie Labelle_ Louisa Mackenzie
November 1, 2018
Canadian artist, trans rights activist, and internet sensation Sophie Labelle visited the University of Washington on Wednesday, October 24. Read about Sophie Labelle's visit to the University of Washington!
Houses of Burano
October 22, 2018
Spring & Summer quarter are just around the corner! We still have several excellent spring courses available. Registration for summer courses starts on April 15 and summer A term starts on June 24. For questions regarding spring or summer courses refer to the French &... Read more
Books set in Paris
September 24, 2018
From the Whole U As the sun sets on summer, why not have one last hurrah and plan a literary getaway with some suggestions from the U Book Store? Explore Paris from the comfort of your home through fiction, essays, or memoir! You won’t have to worry about layovers with these five titles! Read the Article!
Louvre Pyramid
September 17, 2018
Due to popular demand we have added a new section of French 103 for Autumn quarter! If you have taken FRENCH 102 or equivalent, register now for FRENCH 103 E (23856) MTWThF 8:30-9:20am in Denny 258. Find details on autumn quarter French classes here If you have any questions or need assistance with registration email... Read more
Allison Dumitriu Carcoana
September 12, 2018
A UW pre-med student explains why her academic major - Italian - will make her a better doctor. Read More //
Christelle Silue
August 21, 2018
Christelle Silué, a senior double major in French Studies and Public Health is putting her time and education to good use this summer. Originally from Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire or the Ivory Coast, Christelle went back home this summer and decided to take advantage of the opportunity to do research for an independent study course and to do some local advocacy work. Christelle moved to Everett six years ago and realized “she didn’t want to lose touch with French” so she decided to continue studying... Read more
French & Italian Studies Graduation 2018
June 22, 2018
French and Italian Studies graduates and their families gathered with staff and faculty in the Simpson Center on June 8th to celebrate the culmination of their time at the UW. Around 70 people mingled, chatted and enjoyed refreshments for an hour before Chair Geoff Turnovsky took a few minutes to speak about the graduates and recognize some of their outstanding achievements. He commended the students' hard work and wished everyone the best in their post-graduation endeavors. Congratulations to... Read more

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