Languages across the Curriculum (LxC)


*We have moved!*

The Languages Across the Curriculum has relocated to LNG 320. Proceed down the main stairwell across from the Bartle Library entrance and follow the signs to find us!


 

Fall 2014 Courses

Welcome to Languages Across the Curriculum (LxC) at Binghamton University. LxC is a curricular enrichment program that provides you with the opportunity to apply your existing languages skills in courses outside of languages departments in languages other than English.


LxC Goals

  • Incorporate language and cultural knowledge into discipline-specific study and research.
  • Encourage students to incorporate language and cultural knowledge into discipline-specific research
  • Foster, maintain and enrich the language abilities of all students (native and non-native speakers)
  • Extend intercultural information and international perspectives on course subject matter
  • Underscore the intricate connections between language, culture and meaning
  • Heighten long-term motivation to maintain and enhance language cross-cultural knowledge

Fall 2014 Courses

ANTH 114
Lang, Cult& Communication in US
Prof. Douglas Glick

CS 301
Eth Soc & Global Issues Computing
Prof. George Weinschenk

IBUS 311-90&92
Intro To International Business
Prof. Arieh Ullmann
Prof. Oktay Sekercisoy

HIST/AAAS 106
East Asian Civilizations
Prof. John W Chaffee

HIST 325
Red Phoenix: Revolution and the USSR
Prof. Heather DeHaan

HWS 216
Women's Wellness
Prof. Jennifer Wegmann

HWS 332
Nutrition
Prof. Jennifer Wegmann
Prof. Lina Begdache

Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC)

LxC is part of a broader movement for Languages Across the Curriculum. You may hear it referred to as LAC, FLAC, and more recently CLAC. Binghamton University is an active member of the CLAC Consortium. Click here for information about how to join CLAC and to see our shared goals, upcoming events, and a list of members. 

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Last Updated: 9/4/14