Foreign Languages & International Studies

Michelle Coizman, M.Ed.

Michelle Coizman

Assistant Professor
107 Ganus Building
501-279-4284
mcoizman@harding.edu

Degrees earned:

Earned a B.A. (2001) in Spanish from Harding University, and her M.Ed. (2004) in Secondary Education and Spanish from Harding University.

Most frequently taught classes:

Teaches Intermediate Spanish (SPAN201/202), Advanced Spanish Grammar (SPAN303), Latin American Civilization(SPAN315) and Spanish Literature of the 20th and 21st Century (SPAN435).

Other specialties within the department:

Mentors senior capstone students, directs the immersion dorm for Spanish students.

Advising info:

Advises or will advise students in Spanish (SPAN), Applied Spanish (SPAS), and minors in Spanish.

Professional organizations:

Is a member of the American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) and the Phi Sigma Iota Foreign Language Honor Society.

Overseas, travel or missions experience:

Has traveled on seven campaigns to Venezuela and lived there for two years. Has taught three semesters at HULA. Has completed immersion experiences in Spain.

Church-related or civic activities:

Teaches children's classes and participates in the Spanish congregation at Highway Church of Christ.

Hobbies and interests: Enjoys travel, reading, and gardening.

Foreign Languages
501-279-4645
forlang@harding.edu

FAX
501-279-4191