Colorado State University
Maite Correa is an Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Colorado State University. She received a BA in English Linguistics and Literature (2000) from University of Deusto and an MA in Hispanic Linguistics (2003) and a PhD in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (2008), both from the University of Arizona.
Dr. Correa works at Colorado State University since 2008, where she teaches Formal and Applied Hispanic Linguistics, Methods/Assessment in the Teaching of Foreign Languages, and Spanish courses, among others. She has published on critical pedagogy, metalinguistic awareness, heritage language learning, and academic integrity. Other research interests include psycholinguistics, program evaluation, instructional technology, multilingualism and forensic linguistics. She also works as a program evaluation and assessment specialist at INTO CSU and as a language program consultant with the Poudre school district.
In her free time, Maite enjoys playing sports (soccer and racquetball), making cheese and beer and playing the trumpet and the guitar. She is excited to teach with Semester at Sea and looks forward to making new friends, practicing her mandolin with other fellow musicians aboard and exploring the world with her students.