Associate Professor of Spanish
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Office Hours:Regular Office Hours 10:00-11:00 MWF and 2:00-3:30 - For Education Abroad Pre and Re-evaluation of Credits OR individual meetings via Zoom Use the calendly link above. If needed we can work to find another time.
- Associate Professor of Spanish
- Undergraduate Coordinator
- Program Coordinator
- 20th Century Spanish American Prose
- Languages, Literatures and Culture
- Ph.D. Texas Tech University
I have been at Colorado State University since August 1999. I am currently an Associate Teaching Professor of Spanish. A native of Parral, Chihuahua , Mexico, I received my Ph.D. in 20th Century Spanish American Literature from Texas Tech University in 1987. My many areas of interest include: contemporary Spanish American prose, Language for Specific Purposes, issues in culture, translation and interpreting, as well as the teaching of reading and writing skills. I have also worked extensively as a translator for the Department of Justice and other organizations.
I am also the Undergraduate Coordinator for LLC.
LSPA 313-001 – Introduction to Translation & InterpretationtionSyllabus
Provides a student a look at the two fields and the types of translation and interpretation and works on direct and indirect translation.
LSPA 347-001 Spanish for Working with Youth and FamilySyllabus
Provides a student the opportunity to learn and understand Latino cultural issues and terminology in areas of Mental Health for Latinos in the US and other Spanish speaking countries.