Íñigo Yanguas, PhD
Íñigo Yanguas, PhD, joined the faculty in 2012 as an Associate Professor and Language Coordinator. He teaches Spanish and Linguistics classes in the department. His research interests include computer assisted language learning (CALL) and instruction, heritage language acquisition, and second language acquisition. Currently, he is investigating different aspects of computer-mediated interaction. In addition, he is experimenting with several programs and applications in order to foster student involvement and L2 production.
Ph.D., Georgetown University, Hispanic Linguistics
M.S., Georgetown University, Hispanic Linguistics
M.A., Louisiana State University
Licenciatura, English Literature and Linguistics (English Philology)
Universidad del País Vasco/Universidad de Granada