Who We Are: Contact Us

Who We Are: Contact Us

The College of the Liberal Arts at Penn State created a School of Global Languages, Literatures and Cultures to house several small- to medium-sized academic units, and to serve as a point of interchange among all of the College’s language and literature units.

The School is composed of the Department of Asian Studies, the Department of Comparative Literature, the Department of French and Francophone Studies, the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures, and the Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. Students are enrolled in courses and degree programs within their departments or programs (the School itself does not offer courses or degrees).

The School’s purpose is to promote the study and knowledge of foreign and second languages and literatures, particularly where the interests of language and literature intersect. It is intended to serve as a point of innovation, cooperation, collaboration and interchange among all the language and literature units at Penn State.  It engages in activities such as conferences, symposia, the coordination of collaborative grant proposals, invitations to visiting scholars, and assistance in promoting interdisciplinary education abroad opportunities that center on language and literatures.

The Language Portal

Each Department within the School has its own structure and autonomy; for information and contacts for specific departments, we invite you to visit the individual program and department websites.

SGLLC Staff

  • Administrative Support Coordinator
  • Administrative Support Coordinator
  • Administrative Operations Manager
  • Academic Director, Language Institute at Penn State
  • Administrative Support Assistant
  • Administrative Support Coordinator
  • Administrative Support Assistant
  • Administrative Support Assistant
  • Administrative Support Assistant
  • Liberal Arts Financial Assistant, Regional Support Supervisor
  • Administrative Support Assistant
  • Liberal Arts Financial Assistant