Barbara Fuchs Awarded Ñ Prize for Notable Work in Promoting Spanish Language and Culture
Congratulations to Professor Barbara Fuchs who became the first recipient of the Ñ Prize, an award created to honor individuals who have promoted Spanish language and culture internationally. The Ñ Prize was created by the Instituto Cervantes, a Spanish public institution created in 1991 with the intent to promote the Spanish language through education and use of the language and to encourage the spread of Hispanic cultures globally. The Instituto Cervantes is also currently planning to open a branch in LA. The introduction of the Ñ Prize also aligns with the 30th anniversary of the institution.
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Photo: Courtesy of The Royal Household of Spain (en español: Casa Real)