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  • Jul 28, 2011
  • 10:34 PM

Indiana University takes leadership role in effort to restore federal funding to vital foreign language and culture programs

Indiana University
IU offers courses in more than 80 foreign languages including 50 being taught in any given semester. Title VI funding supports students and faculty working in areas such as African studies, Central Asian languages, Middle Eastern cultures and international business education and research. In addition, IU faculty members offer language and culture training to Indiana National Guard soldiers being deployed to Afghanistan.

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