Anna Rita Bonaduce-Dresler

Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

North Carolina State University


Campus Box 8106 Raleigh NC 27695-8106

Office R 222, Withers Building

Phone 919-515-9294

Fax 919-515-6981

Palazzo Gallenga – University for Foreigners  Perugia-Italy

STUDY IN PERUGIA and ROME/ITALY WITH NCSU

If you are interested in studying in Italy, the College of Humanities and Social Science (CHASS) and the Foreign Languages and Literatures Department - Italian Section- sponsor the following program:

NCSU SUMMER STUDY ABROAD

This is an NCSU STUDY SUMMER ABROAD IN PERUGIA and ROME FACULTY-LED program. YOU CAN EARN 12 CREDITS IN 1 MONTH WITH THIS PROGRAM -The equivalent of two foreign language semesters at NC State and it fulfills Global Knowledge and Humanities GEPs!

STUDY ABROAD FAIR

October 6 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Talley Student Union Ballrooms

INFORMATION SESSION


October 13 via Zoom and in person at 2312N, D. H. Hill Jr. Library, 4-5pm

November 17 via Zoom and in person at 2312N, D. H. Hill Jr. Library, 5-6pm

*Zoom Passcode: 989870

SCHOLARSHIPS

TBA

Please contact me as director for the Summer Study Porgram in Prugia. I will be more than happy to guide you in this process:

Anna Rita Bonaduce-Dresler

Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures

Campus Box 8106

North Carolina State University

Raleigh, NC 27516

Email: arbonadu@ncsu.edu

Telephone: (919) 515-9294

Follow @NCSUPerugia


I am Italian Instuctor, Coordinator adn Advisor Italian Division, Director for the Summer Study Program in Perugia, Advisor for the Italian Club and Italian Honor Society at NCSU.

ITALIAN MINOR

Application for admission to any University minor program is now available via MyPack Portal.

Admission will be based upon the student’s academic record, and in most cases no longer requires departmental review. However, they will ask you to contact the Minor coordinator to create a course plan for the Minor in Italian Studies.

To apply to add the Minor, go to: https://go.ncsu.edu/minor_coda

NOTE: For Minor's future classes registration and prevent delays in graduation please contact the Minor coordinator and advisor Anna Rita Bonaduce Dresler.

Information on the Italian Minor can be found here.

ITALIAN PLACEMENT TEST


If you are beginning Italian as a new language, you should register for FLI 101. If you have previously studied Italian, you should take a placement test in order to determine the correct course in which to enroll.


Please click here for full information.


NOTE: Foreign language proficiency is a GEP requirement, that usually is met by your high school study. However, the FL _201 requirement is a college-level requirement by many colleges at NC State -please check with your advisor. You must complete FL_201, in however many semesters it takes you to get there. Your options include placement tests, transfer scores, or starting at the FL_101 level.

VIRTUAL OFFICE HOURS Spring 2022

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11.45-12.40 PM and by appointment.

COURSES Spring 2022

FLI 101 Elementary Italian I (3 credit hours)

FLI 102 Elementary Italian II (3 credit hours)

FLI 201 Intermediate Italian I (3 credit hours)

FLI 308 Italian Reading and Conversation (3 credit hours)

PREVIOUS COURSES

FLI 202 Intermediate Italian II (3 credit hours) - GEP Global Knowledge

FLI 315 Italian Civilization and Culture (3 credit hours) -GEP Global Knowledge, GEP Humanities - Taught in English and as NC State Study Abroad Program in Perugia, Italy.

FLI 318 Italian Society Through its Cinema - (3 credit hours) -GEP Global Knowledge, GEP Humanities


ITALIAN HONOR SOCIETY-Gamma Kappa Alpha (ΓΚΑ)

The Italian Honor Society Gamma Kappa Alpha signifies "Knowledge and Virtue." The purposes of the Society are to recognize the outstanding scholastic performance in the fields of Italian languages and literature and to encourage college students to acquire a greater interest in, and a deeper understanding of, Italian culture. Inductees receive a certificate of membership.

Website: https://getinvolved.ncsu.edu/organization/123

Faculty Adviser: Anna Rita Bonnaduce-Dresler

ITALIAN CLUB

The Italian Club , due COVID-19, meets virtually in the Fall and Spring semester every second week for conversation, reading and discussion of Italian newspapers, view of Italian movies, coocking classes, fitness classes, and much more.

Website: https://getinvolved.ncsu.edu/organization/376

Faculty Adviser: Anna Rita Bonaduce-Dresler