Lecturer in Spanish
Michael Rodman received his B.A. in Spanish from Cal State University, Los Angeles and a Master’s in Spanish Literature from NYU (Madrid Program). During this time, he spent 5 years studying Spanish in Spain and teaching English. His knowledge of the Spanish language afforded him the opportunity to work for several international NGO’s including the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) and Greenpeace. Because of his ability to communicate with both English and Spanish-speaking staff, one employer subsidized his study of Human Resource Management at GW, where he received his second Master’s in 1988. In 2011 he received a Master’s in Hispanic Literatures and Cultures from The Catholic University of America where he also taught for 2 years. More recently, Michael has taught Spanish language classes at GWU since 2012.
Intensive Elementary Spanish