Barcelona, Spring 2015
Students pose with Professor Carmela Ferradans in Spain during their semester-long study abroad with IWU's Barcelona Program.
Students, Faculty and Staff attend the Senior Class Dinner, 2015
IWU faculty and staff gather to celebrate the accomplishments of Hispanic Studies majors at the Senior Dinner in April 2015.
Students in the Tate Archives, Fall 2015
As part of Professor Carmela Ferradans' course on the Spanish Civil War, students explore the Tate Archives in The Ames Library.
Professor Carolyn Nadeau, Byron S. Tucci Professor of Hispanic Studies
Dr. Nadeau is the Byron S. Tucci Professor of Spanish at Illinois Wesleyan University where she teaches medieval and early modern Spanish literature and culture classes as well as the courses, “Spanish for Social Justice” and “Medical Spanish and Cultural Competency for Health Care.” Her research focuses on food
Professors Cesar Valverde and Christina Isabelli with invited speaker, Alissa Hoffenberg Bencks, Class of 2003
Alissa Bencks, Class of 2003, spoke to current students about her work as the national sales manager for Wonderlic Education Solutions, where she leads the team working with post-secondary schools to identify and implement assessments and consulting solutions that drive long-term student and employee success. Ms. Bencks described how
Professor Christina Isabelli
Christina Isabelli is Chair of the Department of Hispanic Studies and Professor of Spanish Applied Linguistics at Illinois Wesleyan University where she teaches courses on topics such as Second Language Acquisition, History of the Spanish Language, Spanish Linguistics and Spanish in the United States.
Professor Nadeau and students at the John Wesley Powell Undergraduate Research Conference
The John Wesley Powell Undergraduate Research Conference is an annual event on the IWU campus, bringing together students, faculty, alumni and families to celebrate students' scholarly and creative achievements.
Hispanic Studies faculty with Nathan Douglas, Class of 2015
Professors Nadeau, Flores-Rodriguez and Ferradans pose with Nathan Douglas, Class of 2015 and recipient of an IWU Mellon Humanities Scholar research award for his work, ""Y no me esperaba nadie»: Historical memory in Carmen Laforet's Nada."
Students at the SALSA Mixer, August 2011
IWU's Spanish And Latino Student Association (SALSA) holds several events throughout the academic year, including mixers for students and faculty.