Addressing the need to increase foreign language education for under-taught "critical" languages such as Chinese and Arabic in American schools, STARTALK is a National Security Language Initiative project -- a multi-agency effort -- driven by the National Foreign Language Center.
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NFLC stands for National Foreign Language Center
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STARTALK, administered by the National Foreign Language Center at the University of Maryland College Park, and financed through the Defense Department and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, aims to expand foreign-language instruction in languages such as Arabic and Chinese that are not traditionally taught in U.
The program is run through the National Foreign Language Center at the University of Maryland, and includes programs in Arabic, Korean, Persian and Russian.
Myriam Met - National Foreign Language Center, University of Maryland -- Madeline K.
Research Professor of Language Practice, University of Maryland's National Foreign Language Center, College Park, MD 12.
Nordin, Assistant Director (Language) US Department of Defense and representatives from the FBI, National Foreign Language Center, GAO and Basis Technology will take part in a timely panel discussion on Homeland Security and Language Technologies.
Diamond, President and CEO, LLE Language Services, Washington, DC * Winnie Heh, VP Global Operations, Language Line Services, Monterey, CA * David Jones, Interpretation & Volunteer Services, Mercy Medical Center, Des Moines, IA * Linda Joyce, Consultant and Language Access Specialist, Walton, WV * Deborah Saldana, Director of Interpreter Development & Training, Phoenix Language Services, Inc, Philadelphia, PA * Diane de Terra, PhD, Research Professor of Language Practice, University of Maryland's National Foreign Language Center , College Park, MD * John Weiner, VP of Products & Services, PSI Psychological Services, Burbank, CA In addition to the council members listed above, there will be two international representatives appointed to the council.
Nordin, Assistant Director (Language) US Department of Defense and representatives from the FBI, National Foreign Language Center, GAO (United States General Accounting Office) and Basis Technology will take part in a timely panel discussion on Homeland Security and Language Technologies.