We gratefully acknowledge the support of our alumni through different initiatives and contributions that foster the excellence of our department. We are excited to share the updates we have received and look forward to continuing to hear about the endeavors of our alumni.
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Matt Johnson, Ph.D., 2019 (Hispanic Literatures), accepted a tenure track-position in March 2020 in the Department of Communication, Liberal Arts, and Social Sciences at New Mexico Tech in Socorro, NM. During AY 2019-2020, Matt was Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, IA.
Matt Kanwit, Ph.D., 2014 (Hispanic Linguistics), was tenured at the University of Pittsburgh.
Maria Hasler-Barker, Ph.D., 2013 (Hispanic Linguistics), was tenured at Sam Houston State University.
Tamara Mitchell, Ph.D., 2019 (Hispanic Literatures), received a Hampton New Faculty Grant to support her current research, outlined in the University of British Columbia's Department of French, Hispanic & Italian Studies Research Spotlight (https://fhis.ubc.ca/news/newsletter/research-spotlight-tamara-mitchell/), where she is an Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies. Tammy also published "Geopoetics, Geopolitics, and Violence: (Un)Mapping Daniel Alarcón's Lost City Radio" in the September 2019 issue of Latin American Perspectives.