Phone: (970) 491-2888
Office: Clark C115
Office Hours: Mondays 12:00-2:30 (Study Abroad pre and re-evaluation - sign up on sheet on the door; Wednesdays from 11:00-12:00, Tuesdays & thursday 11:- 12:00 and by appointment
Position: Sp. Asst. Professor of Spanish
- 20th Century Spanish American Prose
I have been at Colorado State University since August 1999. I am currently a Special Assistant 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, 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 co-director of the 2nd and 3rd year language program as well as the Language and Culture Studies Center director.
OFFICE HOURS - Spring 2017 SEMESTER:
12:00-2:30 Monday (Must sign up on sheet on door of my office for this day)
11:00-12:00 TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS
OR BY APPOINTMENT
Ph.D. Texas Tech University
LSPA 400-003 – Adv. Communication Skills in Spanish - Syllabus
Expanding students communication abilities in listening, speaking, writing and listening through storytelling.
LSPA 335-004 – Issues in Culture - Syllabus
Overarching look at the Hispanic and Indigenous cultures in Central and South America, the Caribbean and Spain