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Holguín Awarded Williams Fellowship at Univ of Oregon

Friday, March 30, 2018  
Posted by: Cindy Kendall
Claudia Holguin was honored by the Williams Council for her dedication and commitment to innovative undergraduate education.

"Holguín is an assistant professor of Spanish linguistics in the Department of Romance Languages and founding director of Spanish Heritage Language Program, which expands the typical instruction offered by language learning programs at the UO.

"Holguín uses language as an expression of cultural identity for Latino students. Her approach emphasizes acknowledging the cultural and linguistic significance of the colloquial Spanish spoken in students’ home environments, as well as developing linguistic and cultural fluency relevant to post-graduate life and professional pathways."

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