Faculty & Staff
Ana Laura Tantardini Lagreca
Visiting Language Fellow
Office Location: Bogar Hall Rm 009A
Office Hours: 10 a.m. – 11 a.m., MWF
Tantardini is a Fulbright Modern Language Fellow from Salto, Uruguay. She studied at Centro Regional de Profesores del Litoral and received her teaching degree as a teacher of English. During her university years, she enjoyed learning the English language, linguistics, process of teaching and learning, didactics and also about the culture and literature from English-speaking countries. In 2008 she completed a postgraduate degree as a teacher of English as a foreign language.
Tantardini has been working as a teacher of English for more than 10 years. During these years she has worked in public and private institutions with students of all ages, from kindergarten-aged students to adults. She has also worked for a multinational company from the United States in an administrative position. Teaching of Spanish at a university is an exciting new challenge in her career and in her life, not only for her professional development and personal growth but also for experiencing the United States. Likewise, she would like to share the Spanish language, the culture from Uruguay and its way of life with Susquehanna University.
Her time at Susquehanna marks the first visit to the United States. She would like to really get to know the country and its people, with an interest in the United States lifestyle and cultural and historical background. She also plans to get involved in the university community and learn a lot, expecting the stay in the United States to be one of the best experiences in her life.
In her spare time, Tantardini enjoys sharing time with her family and friends, watching movies, reading, traveling and cooking.
- SPAN-103 Introduction to College Spanish I