Monthly Archives: September 2010

USF now offers Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) programs in Chinese, Italian, Japanese and Russian

The USF College of Education recently received approval from the Florida Department of Education to offer the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Chinese, Italian, Japanese and Russian for grades K-12 with an ESOL Endorsement. The USF Confucius Institute … Continue reading

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Total Health: Research Perspectives in Modern Medicine, Yoga, Ayurveda

The international conference “Total Health: Research Perspectives in Modern Medicine, Yoga,  Ayurveda” was held at Orlando, Florida, Sept 24 – 26, 2010 . Organized by Hindu University of America, Orlando, FL (College of Yoga and Ayurvedic Sciences division) and VYASA … Continue reading

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Cuba: With or Without Fidel – A Talk by Ann Louise Bardach

International Affairs together with the Institute for the Study of Latin America and the Caribbean (ISLAC) hosted renowned author and journalist, Ann Louise Bardach on September 23, 2010. Having interviewed people including Fidel Castro and Juanita Castro, she is considered … Continue reading

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Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration

As the fullest moon of the year appeared this Wednesday night, more than 300 people attended the Mid-Autumn (Moon) Festival event at the USF Marshall Center. The festival is based on the lunar calendar and is celebrated by all Chinese … Continue reading

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Don’t miss the 2010 CI Lecture Series

Each month the Confucius Institute will host a guest lecturer to discuss different aspects of Chinese language and culture. The first talk will take place on September 16, 2010, USF Confucius Institute Director, Kun Shi, will introduce the current status … Continue reading

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USF Confucius Institute 2010-2011 Lecture Series

On September 16, Kun Shi, Director of the USF Confucius Institute (CI), delivered the first lecture of the academic year, “Shamanism in China.” Approximately 80 students, faculty and community members attended the presentation at the College of Public Health auditorium. … Continue reading

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