Modern Foreign Languages & Cultures

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Inge Baird

Assistant Professor of Spanish; Assistant Professor of German

Inge grew up in Brazil, South America, speaking Portuguese at school and German at home. At age 20 she began her college studies in the United States, graduating from Anderson University in 1985 with majors in Spanish and German. She went on to earn a master’s degree in Spanish from Ball State University. She has […]

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Carrie Clay

Assistant Professor of Spanish

Professor Carrie Y. Clay earned her B.A. in Spanish Teaching from Anderson University in 1999 and her M.A. in Spanish from Middlebury College in 2005. She has traveled and studied in El Salvador, Mexico and Spain. Professor Clay began her teaching career at Lawrence Central High School in Indianapolis. A few years later she returned […]

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Rosy Felix-Jester

Instructor of Spanish

I was born in Hermosillo Sonora, Mexico.  In 1995, my family and I immigrated to the United States. In 2003, I graduated from Pima College with an Associate of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts. I also had the opportunity to exhibit some of my artwork at Cuadro Arte Latino Gallery in Tucson, Arizona. Later that […]

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Dr. Timothy Fox

Chair, Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Cultures; Professor of Spanish

Dr. Fox is currently the Chair of the Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Cultures. His area of specialization is Latin American short fiction, but he enjoys teaching all levels of Spanish. Dr. Fox feels blessed to work at AU with a gifted and dedicated group of departmental colleagues. He has led student travel groups […]

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Dr. Brandan Grayson

Associate Professor of Spanish, Director of the First Year Experience Seminar

Dr. Grayson teaches all levels of Spanish language as well as courses having to do with the art, history, and literature of Spain. She is an enthusiastic reader of Golden Age Spanish Theater, and loves introducing students to the various manifestations of cultural identity in Spain. She also researches early modern Jesuit school plays. Additionally, […]

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