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ERIC Number: ED369256
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989-Mar
Pages: 128
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Proceedings of the Clemson Conference on Language and International Trade (Clemson, South Carolina, March 9-11, 1989).
King, S. Carl, Ed.; Torres, Sixto E., Ed.
Eleven papers cover the Language and International Trade Program at Clemson University, similar foreign language programs at other universities, and the role of government funding in the development of such programs. The papers include the following: (1) "The Language and International Trade Program at Clemson University: Remarks on Program Impact and Administration" (S. Carl King); (2) "Business German in Theory and Practice: The Program at Georgia State University" (Bettina F. Cothran); (3) "From Language and International Trade to the World College: A Brief Overview of Successful International Program Development at Eastern Michigan University" (Ray Schaub); (4) "Language and Engineering: The Next Step" (John Grandin); (5) "Foreign Language and International Trade at Southern Illinois University" (E. F. Timpe); (6) "A Business College Perspective on Language and International Trade Programs" (Gregory P. White); (7) "The Language and International Trade Internship Program at Clemson University: The Vision and the Realty" (Edwin P. Arnold); (8) "Federal Grants: Comments from a Program Officer" (Stanley Patterson); (9) "Program Development and Implementation: The Language and International Trade Program at Clemson University" (Patricia W. Wannamaker); (10) "Land-Grant University Curriculum Model which Combines the Technical and Humanistic Elements of an Undergraduate Education into a Meaningful Whole" (Patricia W. Wannamaker); and (11) "Federal Funding for Language and International Programs" (Helene Scher). (MDM)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Clemson Univ., SC.