Armengot writes chapter on RIT’s applied modern language and culture program

Sara Armengot, associate professor and chair of the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, contributed “Language Programs at Rochester Institute of Technology: A Successful Recent Initiative (2018-Present)” to Language Program Vitality in the United States: From Surviving to Thriving in Higher Education, edited by Emily Heidrich Uebel, Felix A. Kronenberg, and Scott Sterling, published this month in Springer’s Educational Linguistics book series. Armengot’s chapter documents the success of RIT’s applied modern language and culture Bachelor of Science degree program, which pairs language and culture with a professional, scientific, or other field to enable students to internationalize their education through sustained engagement with language and culture.

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