Assistant Professor of Spanish
Romance Languages and Literatures
Many of my happiest and most fruitful mentoring experiences have happened as a result of working with graduate students in collaborative research groups. In these groups, students come to see themselves as future colleagues in the field. They debate ideas, discuss projects, and plan out the next steps in their professional careers. I am very supportive of students in one-on-one mentoring contexts, too. I work with individual students to identify areas of growth for them, and I take the time to connect them to people and resources that will help them achieve their personal and academic goals.
I also have a lot of energy for preparing students for the job market. Interviews, cover letters, CVs, teaching statements—you name it, we can tackle it.