Ann Stewart White Edit Profile
Bachelor in Spanish and international studies, Willamette University, 1983. Master of Arts in Spanish, language and literature, University Pittsburgh, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy Spanish, Linguistics, teaching methods, University Pittsburgh, 1988.
Assistant professor Spanish, teaching assistant coordinator Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, 1988-1994. Assistant professor Hispanic Studies Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut, 1994-1997. Assistant professor Spanish Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, from 1997.
Advisory council member Central States Conference Foreign Languages, Indianapolis, 1991-1992. Manuscript consultant, reviewer McGraw-Hill, Heinle & Heinle, John Wiley Publications, since 1989.
Member Modern Language Association, Foreign Language Association of Virginia, Michigan Foreign Language Association (president 1992-1993), American Association Teachers Spanish & Portuguese, Phi Sigma Iota (president 1982-1983, officer), Sigma Delta Pi (honorary), Golden Key National Honor. Society (honorary).
1988 - 1994
1988 - 1994
1994 - 1997