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Joseph Lubitz '14 Earns Critical Language Scholarship

July 2, 2014
Communications Staff

Joseph Lubitz, a May 2014 graduate, has received a Critical Language Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State. The program’s language institutes cover about one academic year of university-level language coursework during a seven- to 10-week period, and are designed to meet the needs of students from a variety of language levels and backgrounds. Over the summer, Lubitz will receive intensive Japanese language instruction at Himeji Dokkyo University in Himeji, Japan.

A comparative literature major from Portland, Oregon, Lubitz intends to apply to graduate school immediately after his language study in Japan.

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