21 Department of Languages students earned the Global Seal of Biliteracy, an international credential which recognizes a candidate’s proficiency in two or more languages. Proficiency is recognized on working, functional, and professional levels. This semester, the Global Seal of Biliteracy was awarded to students representing Spanish (19), French (1), and Japanese (1).
The students earning the Global Seal of Biliteracy in Fall 2021 are:
Rachel Amaral, Elise Blackburn, Kevin Burgess, Vanessa Campos, Kathleen Champagne, Natalie Claypool, Olivia Cloud, Jack Edmondson, Juliana Franco, Gabrielle Garringer, William Gioffre, Yana Gudakova, Bria Martin, Haden McCarter, Audrey Ramey, Amy Rees, José Rodriguez, Evangeline Sanders, Ella Starr, Jordan Tedder, and Anna Vicente.
The Department of Languages is extremely proud of these exceptional students and congratulates them on their impressive achievement!
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