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Hannah Fishburn

Hannah Fishburn

Visiting Professor of Spanish

Year Started at GC: 2013
Phone: 618-664-6610
Email: hannah.fishburn@greenville.edu
Office Hours:

M / W - 2:30-3:20
T / Th - 8:30 - 10:30
or by appointment

Areas of Responsibility:

Spanish Instructor

Education:

BS in Secondary Spanish Education, Greenville College

MA in International Relations, Webster University

Professional Affiliations

Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ICTFL)

American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP)

Certificate in Educational Leadership, University of Illinois (practicum in progress)

About Hannah Fishburn

Mrs. Fishburn and her husband, Jason, have spent the last eight years in Springfield, IL, where Hannah taught high school Spanish and Jason served in the ministry. Currently, Jason is serving as the Music Minister for Greenville First Christian Church. They have one son, Drian, who attends preschool locally and keeps the family both entertained and sleep-deprived. The family enjoys music, traveling, reading and spending time with loved ones. Professor Fishburn hopes to inspire students in their language learning during her time at GC and aims to encourage students to add a minor or major in Spanish whenever possible, as it increases their chances in the job market and - even more importantly - their understanding of God's diverse creation.

Mrs. Fishburn and her husband, Jason, have spent the last eight years in Springfield, IL, where Hannah taught high school Spanish and Jason served in the ministry. Currently, Jason is serving as the Music Minister for Greenville First Christian Church. They have one son, Drian, who attends preschool locally and keeps the family both entertained and sleep-deprived. The family enjoys music, traveling, reading and spending time with loved ones. Professor Fishburn hopes to inspire students in their language learning during her time at GC and aims to encourage students to add a minor or major in Spanish whenever possible, as it increases their chances in the job market and - even more importantly - their understanding of God's diverse creation.

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