What can you do with a degree in Spanish?
Kate Rowland (B.A. University of Notre Dame, 2000)
Family Physician, Chicago
"The ability to speak Spanish helps me on a daily basis—about
one-third of the patients I see in my office are Spanish-speaking
only—and I am able to provide care to a much wider range of people." Read more>
Virginia "Gia" Gulino (B.A. University of Notre Dame, 1998) Texas Border and Mexican Affairs Division of the Office of the
Texas Secretary of State.
"Spanish has been an
integral part of my life since leaving Notre Dame and has brought
me many opportunities but has also allowed me to help others who
are monolingual Spanish speakers and are often isolated at the
fringes of our society." Read more>
Schulte (BA/MA University of Notre Dame, 1998) Associate
in the law firm of Thompson & Knight, LLP, in Dallas,
"The nature, extent, and quality of this education provide
a solid base for graduates to pursue virtually any discipline". Read more>
Michael Lazzara (B.A, University of Notre Dame, 1997,
PhD Princeton University) Associate Professor at the
University of California, Davis.
"I will always remember my professors
at Notre Dame who, each in different ways, serve as models for
the type of teacher, scholar and mentor that I hope to become
for my own students." Read more>
Carvalho (BA University of Notre Dame,
PhD University of Virginia), Professor of Spanish and Associate Provost for International Studies at the University
"The excitement of a career in literary
studies was born directly from my experiences within and
beyond the classroom at Notre Dame."
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