'Business and Culture of Sports in the Spanish-Speaking World' to
'Sports in Spain and Latin America'; or, How a One-Credit Language
Enhancement Section Became a Three-Credit Advanced-Level Spanish
Course." CLAC Conference on Challenges in Integrating
Languages and Cultures into a Post-Secondary Curriculum. Chapel
Hill (University of North Carolina, October).
2008 "Using 'Languages Across the Curriculum' to Expand the
Business Language Curriculum" (co-presenters, Laurel Abreu and Deicy
Jimenez). CIBER Annual Business Language Conference on Preparing
Global Business Leaders. St. Petersburg (University of
"Studying Abroad: What Are U.S. College Students Learning (and
Doing)?" CIBER Annual Business Language Conference on The Key to
U.S. Competitive Edge: Bridging Language and Business.
Columbus (Ohio State University, March).
for Business as the Cornerstone of Study Abroad: University of
Florida in Mexico and Spain." CIBER Annual Business Language
Conference on Matters of Perspective: Culture, Communication
& Commerce. Atlanta (Georgia Tech, April).
"(Foreign) Languages Across the Curriculum." Invited guest
speaker at LAC workshop. Austin (University of Texas, January).
2005 "FLAC at
the University of Florida: Past, Present and Future." Conference
on Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum: Responding to a
National Need. Iowa City (University of Iowa, November).
2005 "FLAC at
the University of Florida, 1996-2005." Invited guest speaker at
Symposium on Languages Across the Curriculum: Rationale,
Strategies and Outcomes of a Multidisciplinary Program. Auburn,
Alabama (Auburn University, April).
Business and Culture of Sports in the Spanish-Speaking World: New
Spanish-Language Course at the University of Florida." CIBER
Annual Business Language Conference on Business, Language and
Culture: Putting the Pieces Together. Park City, Utah
(Brigham Young University, April).
for Business at the University of Florida, 1998-2004: Six Years,
Eight New Courses." AATSP Annual Meeting. Acapulco, Mexico
Tribute to Selena: Her Music and Impact." Chicano
Week. Gainesville (University of Florida, March).
Languages Across the Curriculum." Invited guest speaker at FLAC
workshop. Orlando (University of Central Florida, November).
2003 "How to
Initiate, Implement and Institutionalize a (Foreign) Languages Across
the Curriculum Program: The Case of the University of Florida,
1996-2003." CIBER Annual Business Language Conference on
International Business, Language and Technology: New Synergies,
New Times." Miami (Florida International University, April).
"Jennifer Lopez, Paulina Rubio and Thalía: Their
Music...And Are They Latina Role Models?" 9th Annual
Hispanic-Latino Collegiate Forum. Gainesville (University of
"Practices, Achievements and Special Concerns of (Foreign) Languages
Across the Curriculum Programs at State-Supported Institutions:
The Cases of the University of Florida and UNC-Chapel Hill."
Invited guest speaker at Workshop on LAC at State Universities:
Theory and Practice. Chapel Hill (University of North Carolina,
"Intensive Beginning Spanish for Business: New Course, New Spirit
of Cooperation Between Languages, Area Studies and Business at the
University of Florida." AATSP Annual Meeting. San Juan,
Puerto Rico (August).
American Business Environment: The Convergence of CIBER, CLAS,
FLAC and RLL at the University of Florida" (co-presenter, Marcela
Hurtado). Thunderbird-EMU Conference on Language, Communication
and Global Management. Scottsdale, Arizona (Thunderbird, April).
"Integration of the Spanish Language Component of CIBER:
Incorporating the Experiences of a Successful FLAC Program." EMU
Conference on Language & Communication for World Business and the
Professions. San Diego (San Diego State University, March).
"Literature in a Mass-Circulation Argentine Newsmagazine: The
Case of PRIMERA PLANA's 'Textos,' 1967-1969." AATSP Annual
Meeting. Orlando (August).
Music and Music Videos in the Intermediate Spanish Classroom."
Southern Conference on Language Teaching. Mobile, Alabama (March).
PLANA and the Argentine Publishing Industry in the 1960s:
Partners in the Promotion of Literature." Modern Language
Association Annual Meeting. Chicago (December).
Publishing Industry: Its Importance in the Field of Literary
Criticism." Graduate Student Symposium on Literature, Language
and Culture. Columbia, South Carolina (University of South
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