Faculty

Faculty


Dr. Amy Borja

Dr. Amy Borja

Assistant Professor of Spanish

Office: Anselm Hall 105
Phone: 972-721-5229
E-Mail: aborja@udallas.edu

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Dr. Jose Espericueta

Dr. Jose Espericueta

Assistant Professor of Spanish

Office: Anselm Hall 107
Phone: 972-721-5220
E-Mail: jespericueta@udallas.edu

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Prof Nicole Lasswell

Nicole Lasswell

Affiliate Instructor of Spanish

Office: Anselm Hall 217
Phone: 972-721-5705
E-Mail: mailto:nlasswell@udallas.edu

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Dr. Marisa Perez Bernardo

Dr. Maria Perez Bernardo

Associate Professor of Spanish

Office: Anselm Hall 104
Phone: 972-721-5163
E-Mail: mperez@udallas.edu

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Irina Rodriguez

Irina Rodriguez

Affiliate Instructor of Spanish
Coordinator, Lower-division Spanish Program

Office: Anselm Hall 215
Phone: 972-265-5797
Fax: 972-721-5797
E-Mail: irodriguez@udallas.edu

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Dr. Alexandra Wilhelmsen

Dr. Alexandra Wilhelmsen

Professor of Spanish
Adjunct Professor of History

Office: Anselm Hall 106
Phone: 972-721-5367
E-Mail: awilhel@udallas.edu

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Elizabeth Roman

Administrative Assistant

Office: Anselm Hall 112
Phone: 972-721-5220
Fax: 972-721-4039
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