SLSSA would like to congratulate and welcome all
of the newly admitted Ph.D., M.A. and A.G.C. students into the SLS
Department. The purpose of the cooler is to provide opportunities to mix
and mingle with your professors and peers, utilize the resources that
are available to you as a student, and of course, to have fun!
Date: Thursday, January 10
Location: NFLRC Lanai (the portables behind the Korean Studies Center)
Cost: Absolutely nothing! Food and drinks will be provided compliments of SLSSA.
Please remember to RSVP to Lisa Houghtailing (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than 5pm on Wednesday.
Details are posted on the Welcome Cooler page.
I hope to see you all there
Come congratulate our graduating SLS colleagues!
Further Information about our annual graduation cooler is updated in the graduation cooler page!
Please don’t forget to RSVP to Lisa Houghtailing (email@example.com), Juan Escalona
Torres (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Tamara Smith (email@example.com) so that we can be sure to have enough food and drink for all.
Dr. Betsy Gilliland is giving a workshop on writing a literature review on Friday November 30th. The information is updated on Workshop.
We have uploaded the approved SLSSA minutes from both the April and August meetings. There are available on the SLSSA Board Member Meeting Minutes tab.
Come introduce yourself to the Department of Second Language Studies!
Second Language Studies Student Association (SLSSA) organizes a ‘cooler’ every month. This is a great opportunity for you to get to know the professors in your department as well as your colleagues.
Place: Korean Studies Auditorium
Time & Date: Thursday August 16th at 2:30pm
Place: in front of NFLRC
Time: right after the orientation
I hope to see you all
We upload the record of proceedings at the monthly SLSSA board meeting on this webpage after revision.
The minutes of March meeting is now available on the SLSSA board member meeting minutes page!
Welcome to SLSSA website!
We are happy to announce that SLSSA webpage has been successfully recreated with the help of everyone who supported us since the last SLSSA website was hacked. Special thanks to our advisor, Dr. Crookes, the ITS web support staff, and everyone else involved.