Christina Huhn is an assistant professor of Spanish.
She holds a PhD in Foreign Language Education and Technology from Purdue University. Her experience includes published work and scholarly presentations on teacher preparation programs, program assessment, classroom language proficiency development of
beginning language learners, language standards in post-secondary environments, and technology in language education. Both her master’s thesis and doctoral dissertations presented work on program reviews, and she has conducted program reviews for
K-12 school districts and local community colleges. In continuing her work in program review, she currently serves as an auditor for the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation, and has been selected to serve on an upcoming Standards
Huhn participates regularly in the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages,
and the Pennsylvania State Modern Languages Association and is currently the co-chair of the IUP Spring Methodology Conference.
She has also presented papers at the Southern Conference on Language Teaching, WVFLTA, and other local conferences. Huhn is currently president of the Appalachian Professional Language Educators’ Society (APPLES). Huhn is currently the director of the six-week summer program in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
Huhn also serves as the department webmaster, putting her technology skills to good use.
Prior to returning to academia, Huhn worked in bilingual customer service and as a translator/interpreter. Christina is originally from the upper Midwest, and comes to IUP via West Virginia. She enjoys being outdoors with her dogs, beadwork, and digital
photography. Huhn is also a member of Sweet Adelines, and performs with the local chapter, the Indi-Anna’s.
For more information about Christina Huhn, please visit her webpage.
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Tuesday 12:00–2:00, Stouffer 107
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