Spanish Division Announcements
May 5, 2020
The Spanish Program congratulates José García Torres, left, winner of the Roberto Galván/San Marcos Lion Club Scholarship, and Wyatt Ince, right, winner of the Daniel P. Frouman Graduate Spanish Scholarship.
May 23-24, 2018
Dr. Susana Lis, specialist in Hispanic American poetry, was invited to the Department of Humanities at the University of Panama campus Changuinola to give a talk on Afro-Caribbean and Afro-Panamanian poetry for students majoring in Spanish Literature, Education, and Sociology. The lecture series was part of the Celebration of the “Mes de la Etnia Negra” or Black History Month, signed into law in 2000. She delivered a second talk on research tools in literature and the humanities in the 21st century, in which she highlighted opportunities for pursuing a master’s degree in Spanish at Texas State University.
May 14, 2018
The Hispanic Policy Network Symposium recognized Dr. Susana Villanueva Eguia Lis as a Latina Star.
April 20, 2018
Blaine Anderson, a senior International Studies and Spanish student, presented her research poster, "A Study of Domestic Abuse and Legal Recourse for Spanish Women," at the 12th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference.
April 6, 2018
The fourth annual Spanish MA Reception was held on 6 April 2018. Hosted by the Spanish Division and sponsored by the Department of Modern Languages and the Graduate College, the reception provides a unique space for faculty, alumni, current, and prospective MA students to enjoy light catering, music, socializing, and networking while learning about the MA program. A huge thank you to all alumni, faculty, and students who participated in the event; it was a huge success.
January 11, 2018
Last semester’s second Intercambio (Spanish-Language Mixer) was described by the University Star as “successful.” This monthly Spanish language and culture exchange event with international students and language learners will continue this spring. For information, please contact Dr. Susana Villanueva-Eguia-Lis and Dr. Beth Bernstein.
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