Dr. Margaret Morales, aka Señora, is a native of Ohio, but achieved her expertise in Spanish during the 13 ½ years she lived in Mexico City where she worked as a translator, an interpreter, and an ESL teacher. She has taught Spanish and culture courses at Saint Francis University
since the fall of 1995. Prior to that, she taught at Ohio State University and Denison University. She has been the Coordinator of World Languages at SFU since 1997.
Dr. Morales has designed four new minors at SFU –a Minor in Spanish for Health Sciences, a Minor in Spanish for Law Enforcement, a Global Cultures and Languages Minor, and a World Languages Minor. She created specialized courses for the first two of these minors: Conversational Medical Spanish, Advanced Medical
Spanish, and Spanish for Law Enforcement.
She was also the director of a very successful and popular May in Mexico Program where she took 510 students for total immersion experiences from 1997-2012. She recently created a Spanish in Costa Rica Program which kicked off in the spring of 2014.
Dr. Morales loves teaching Spanish and culture and is committed to fomenting a respect for people of all cultures. Her other passions include peace and justice issues, reading historical novels, and of course, watching her Ohio State Buckeyes beat
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