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Windom Spanish Language HouseWindom House

Windom is the Spanish Language immersion house. Windom serves as a residence for 20 students interested in improving their understanding of both Spanish language and culture. The house has a TV lounge, piano, and full kitchen. Events are organized by the Cultural Program Coordinator in liaison with the Spanish Department.

CPCs at GOGThe Language House Cultural Program Coordinator (CPC) is a staff member who lives in a language house with 12-25 students. In addition to teaching adjunct language courses, the CPC strives to create a sense of community within the house and provides an opportunity for the students living in the house to be immersed in the language and culture. The CPC plans cultural as well as community-building programs.

For more information in International programming, see the Colorado College International Education page.


Cultural Program Coordinator

Lorena Iglesias MeléndezLorena

Cultural Program Coordinator of the Spanish House

Hosting Department: Spanish
Country of Origin: Colombia

2014-2015 academic year

 

Contact Lorena:  Lorena.Iglesias@coloradocollege.edu
Office:  Armstrong Hall Room 324, x6626
 

 

My name is Lorena Iglesias, I am 29 years old and I was born in Valledupar, a small town in the north of Colombia, but I have lived in Bogotá for almost 20 years. I have a BA and a Master's degree in Literature, the first from Universidad Nacional de Colombia, and the second from Universidad de los Andes. I worked for two years as a copy editor for the department of humanities in my first Alma Mater, and I have worked as a teacher since 2010, both in high school and in college. I enjoy reading, of course, learning languages, movies, and all sorts of craft work. In terms of sports, I'm usually a watcher, but I am interested in becoming more active and participating in some.

I am looking forward to share my cultural background and be supportive of the students learning process as well as our time together at Spanish House.