On 9 March 2015, the Department of Applied Modern Languages hosted a workshop held by Delia Rogobete, researcher and academic of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, the USA who talked about the challenges of an academic career in Europe and the USA.  

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On 9 March 2015, the Department of Applied Modern Languages hosted a workshop  held by the well known journalists Irina Păcurariu, Mona Dîrţu, Mihaela Antoche and Iuliana Alexa. The Project entitled ”Media FEM – The National School of Journalism”,  presented in this seminar aims to promote the equality of opportunity and gender within the mass-media community.

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Today, at 11:30 in the Aula Magna, the official festivity of inaugurating  the academic year 2013-2014 unfolded.  The participants included the members of the academic staff, students and members of the university’s management and administrative staff.

The ceremony started with the Romanian national anthem, followed by several speeches held by the representatives of the UESEL management. Mr. Huseyin Padem, president of  Lumina- The University of South-East Europe, expressed his confidence in the university’s potential to become one of the best academic centers in the world. Lumina- The University of South-East Europe offers the best study opportunities, by the facilities it provides, by its focus on the graduates’s professional evolution and the teachers’ qualification

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On December 4, 2014, the Applied Modern Languages Department organized an event that had as guest PhD. Radu Vancu, well-known poet, translator and critic, Associate Professor at Lucian Blaga University, the Faculty of Letters and Arts, Sibiu. He delivered a presentation on Poetry: Translating Individuation, having as target audience professors and students within AML Department. The workshop aimed to familiarize students with the theory and techniques of poetry translation, presenting a comparative approach to local poetry from a modern and postmodern perspective and situating local contemporary poetry in the context of cultural translation. The lecture was followed by a series of questions from students and teachers, which generated vivid debates on the role of translation in relation to applied modern languages. 


Read more: Workshop: Cultural Translation in Contemporary Poetry