Teresa Fernández Ulloa
Adjunct Instructor of Spanish
A native of Orense, Spain, Teresa holds a master’s degree in Spanish Language and Literature from Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca and a bachelor’s degree in law from the University of Navarra, and course work at Universidad de Valencia and UNED in Spain.
Teresa has extensive experience teaching Spanish in a variety of capacities, such as The School for Ethics and Global Leadership, American University, Catholic University of America and also has collaborated on the private sector as a Curriculum Developer Consultant.
Professor Fdez Ulloa has worked in our Spanish Department as Advanced Program Coordinator and participated actively with GW IMPACTO, an Academic Service Learning initiative developed in partnership with GWU’s Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service (CEEPS) to implement in the Spanish program the civic engagement goals of the George Washington University.
Well-traveled throughout Europe and Latin America, Teresa is an avid reader and history enthusiast whose research interests include new media and communications tools, and methods designed to improve IT-oriented teaching.
Fall 2014 Courses: SPAN2005.11, SPAN2005.12