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Gosia Lee

Gosia Lee

Teaching Professor
Undergraduate Advisor of Spanish
Spanish Advisor (Hispanic Literatures & Cultures Major, Hispanic Studies Minor)
Spanish & Italian
Dey Hall 337


Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2002

MA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1998

About Professor Lee

Gosia was born in Poland where she studied Italian Philology at the Jagiellonian University, 1987-1990, in Cracow. After moving to the United States, she shifted career paths and began studying Travel and Tourism at the Central Piedmont Community College. She soon decided to learn Spanish and complete her Italian studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the Romance Languages Department.

Her interests include Italian Travel Literature, indigenous cultures and customs; teaching language, culture, film, and grammar courses; advising undergraduate students, innovative use of computer technology, digital video, photography and travel. She has been to 85 countries around the world, including 18 of 21 Spanish speaking-ones. In addition to being fluent in Italian, Spanish, Polish and English, she also has a working knowledge of Russian and French.

Awards & Honors

Buchan Excellence Award for Advising Project, January 2015

Typical Courses

SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II online for Friday Center

SPAN 204 Intermediate Spanish II

SPAN 293 Apples Service Learning

SPAN 300 Advanced grammar and Composition

SPAN 333 Cinema for Spanish Conversation