Dr. Michael F. Dillon
Associate Professor of Spanish
Ph.D. in Romance Languages: Spanish, University of Alabama, 2005
M.A. in Spanish Applied Linguistics, University of Alabama, 2001
B.A. in Marketing, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, 1999
B.A. in Hospitality Management, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, 1999
Elementary level, Intermediate level, Conversation, Spanish for Professionals, Spanish Literature, Civilization and Culture, Spanish-American Literature, Linguistics, Senior Seminar, Latin American Cinema, Business Spanish.
Dr. Dillon is academic advisor to the Spanish education and Spanish majors. He maintains the Spanish Section website, coordinates and monitors the language computer lab, develops the standard syllabi used by all Elementary Spanish courses and organizes extracurricular activities. In addition, he serves as Faculty Advisor for Phi Sigma Iota, International Foreign Language Honor Society. He is also the Learning Management System Coordinator providing support in setting up online courses, troubleshooting, and giving instructional technology presentations campus wide.
Faculty Advisor for Phi Sigma Iota, International Foreign Language Honor Society; Academic Advisor for Spanish Majors and Minors; Academic Liaison of the Spanish Faculty to the Piedmont School of Education; Learning Management System Coordinator
20th Century Spanish American Film, Literature and Culture