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  1. Resuscitating University Language Programs in the Global Age: The International Engineering Program at the University of Rhode Island
  2. Transcultural and Transdisciplinary Approaches: A European View
  3. Successful College and University Foreign Language Programs, 1995–99: Part 2
  4. From Crisis to Opportunity: French and Foreign Language Studies in the Twenty-First Century
  5. Literature across the Curriculum: One View of Spanish from an Undergraduate Liberal Arts Perspective
  6. German Studies, Culture Studies, and Institutional Structure: Possibilities and Limitations
  7. Strategies for Enhancing the Visibility and Role of Foreign Language Departments
  8. Undergraduate German Programs: Strategies for Success
  9. W(h)ither Literature? Reaping the Fruit of Language Study Before It's Too Late
  10. Facing Diversification in the Purpose of Study: Business Japanese
  11. Developing International Competence for a Centripetal, Centrifugal World
  12. Foreign Language Interdisciplinary Programs and Alliances: Some Observations
  13. Can the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines Be Used for Reading-For-Research Courses?
  14. Majoring in French: An Alumni Perspective
  15. Portuguese-Language Training in a Graduate Business Program
  16. Launching a Business French Course: Networking with New Partners
  17. Foreign Language Courses for Journalism and Communication Majors
  18. From Dual to Single Track: Revision of the Undergraduate French Major at the University of California, Davis
  19. Theological German: An Approach to Teaching Reading Skills
  20. The Nontraditional Language Learner
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