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- MS, Department of Education; Dissertation: Teaching Reading to Students with Intellectual Disabilities, Brooklyn College (2013)
- MFA, Department of English; Dissertation: Spirit in Exile, Syracuse University (2007)
- BA, American Studies; Undergraduate Fellow, Chicano Fellows Program, Stanford University (1992)
- Chicano Arts and History
- Latin American Theater
- Bilingualism and Translanguaging
- Literacy, Learning Disabilities & Intellectual Disabilities
- Pocho.com “Tia Lencha’s Cocina” (fiction) regular contributor, 2012 – present
- The Alembic, “Mexican Sadness” (fiction), Providence, RI. Spring, 2009 issue.
- La Voz, “Eyes Like Mexico” (flash fiction), Syracuse, NY: Vol. 1, Issue 1, January 2007
- TextoS, “Amigos y Vecinos,” (short story), Culiacan, Mexico: Volume 6, June, 2002.
- Stanford University Creative Writing Course Book, (short story), Spring, 1989
- Les Notices de lengua i treball, “Espangloparlants, dues identitats” (article translated into Catalan), Barcelona, Spain. No. 44, April 2017.
- Pocho.com, “A POCHO Editor Explains Spanglish to Gente in España” March 30, 2017.
- CBSE 7038X Special Topics in Education: Bilingualism – Characteristics and Practice, Brooklyn College
- Drama and the Short Story (GS226), Wood, Tobé-Coburn School
- Business Communications I & II (EN101 & EN102), Wood, Tobé-Coburn School
- Flash Fiction & Short Story Writing, Downtown Writers Center, YMCA of Greater Syracuse
- Living Writers (ETS 107) Syracuse University
- Analysis, Argument, & Academic Writing (Writing 105). Syracuse University
- Critical Inquiry and Research (Writing 205). Syracuse University
- Writing Enrichment (Writing 120). Syracuse University