Welcome to the Department of Languages and Linguistics at UTEP!
Welcome to the Department of Languages and Linguistics! As you begin the fall semester of 2020, the faculty and staff below are available to answer your questions. You should have a reply within 24 hours or less.
Here are their e-mails:
Co-chair of Languages and Linguistics, Dr. Jane Evans - firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-chair of Languages and Linguistics, Dr. Lowry Martin - email@example.com
Program Coordinator of Languages and Linguistics, Ms. Janet Davis - firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Advisor for Spanish, Ms. Rosamaría Tabuenca-Moyer - email@example.com
Undergraduate Advisor for French, Ms. Linda Nodjimbadem - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Jane Evans - email@example.com
Dr. Lowry Martin - firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Advisor for ESOL, Dr. Sabrina Mossman - email@example.com
Ms. Luz Ma García-Rochín - firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Advisor for Linguistics, Ms. Raquel González de Anda - email@example.com
Graduate Advisor for Spanish, Dr. María Socorro Tabuenca - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Matt Desing - email@example.com
Graduate Advisor for Linguistics, Dr. Natalia Mazzaro - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Languages and Linguistics is committed to excellence in teaching and scholarship that prepares students to fully understand the nature, importance, and multiple roles of language, literature, and culture. We offer undergraduate degrees and minors in Spanish, French, and Linguistics and a master's degree in Spanish and Linguistics. We also have a minor in Translation and Interpretation and a graduate certificate in Bilingual Professional Writing. In addition to Spanish and French, we have an ever-expanding menu of language courses--Portuguese, Italian, German, Latin, Arabic, Persian, Chinese, and Hebrew. Many of our graduates go on to successful careers in primary, secondary, and post-secondary education; in law and law enforcement; in business; and in government. Others utilize their UTEP training in pursuing terminal degrees and a successful academic career in research and teaching.
We recognize our significant responsibility to serve the El Paso and surrounding communities. Indeed, our location on the U.S.-Mexico border makes makes the Department of Languages and Linguistics at UTEP the ideal place not only to study but also to experience daily realities about language acquisition and cultural diversity. Moreover, we reach out to the Paso del Norte Community through public lectures, conferences, and international festivals.
These are just a few of the features that make the Department of Languages and linguistics an exciting place to experience academically and culturally. Please check on any of the accompanying links to learn more about us.
Jane E. Evans, Chair