Academic Service

The University of Texas at Austin

Curriculum Developer for the Spanish Intermediate Level of the Bilingual-Bicultural Track, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, 2010-Present

Conference Organizer for the 18th Colloquium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Romance Linguistics: Merging Textualities, Emerging Paradigms in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Linguistics. Department of Spanish and Portuguese, 2009

Film Programmer for the Latin American Film Series, Graduate Student Organization, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, 2007-2008

President and Assistant Instructor Representative, Graduate Student Organization, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, 2009-2010

Vice-President and Academic Representative, Graduate Student Organization, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, 2008-2009

Literature Representative and Film Co-chair, Graduate Student Organization, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, 2007-2008

Bilingual Blog Creator and Administrator for the website Pizarrón Bilingüe in the Intermediate Spanish for Bilingual Students course (http://pizarronbilingue.wordpress.com), Fall 2012

Discussant at the screening of Rebeca Chávez’s film “Ciudad en rojo” (2009) for the Comparative Americanists Film Series, Fall 2012

Volunteer at the workshop for Texas Teachers: “Texas Spanish in Texas Schools: Do you speak your students’ language?” at The University of Texas at Austin, Summer 2012

Volunteer at the Come to Texas event designed to recruit top under-represented graduate students to The University of Texas at Austin, Spring 2008

Tutor, provided Spanish tutoring services to the students of the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin, Fall 2008

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