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Fond memories of studying abroad and a passion for igniting the same interest in her students led Mrs. Katie Sevilla to seek out UD student visitors to speak to her class at Christiana High School about recent study abroad experiences. On March 4th, Dr. Basia Moltchanov, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Foreign Language Pedagogy, accompanied UD students Rachel Ring (Spanish Education and Human Development and Family Science Major) and Anna Baldwin (Honors, Biological Sciences Major/ Spanish for Healthcare Minor) as invited guests to speak about their experience in Granada, Spain over the January 2020 winter session program. Sevilla, a long time Christiana High School teacher, regularly supports the Foreign Language Education program at UD by hosting student teachers and hopes to inspire future generations of language teachers. This type of outreach is especially important to future educator Rachel Ring, who stated "I thought it was impactful for the students to get an idea about what studying abroad in college is truly like. I wanted to share why study abroad is a once in a lifetime experience and opportunity and I definitely wish I had the chance to speak with college students to hear their perspective while I was in high school. I loved sharing my story with people and I hope that they will take advantage of the wonderful study abroad opportunities UD has to offer!"
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