Mary K. Redmond holds a B.A. in Latin American Studies and Spanish Language and Literature, as well as a Master of Arts in Teaching from the School for International Training-World Learning. She currently teaches Spanish at the beginning and intermediate levels, the "Methodology of Romance Language Learning and Teaching,""Spanish for Heritage Speakers," the foreign language teaching practicum and supervises Teaching Assistants. She currently serves as the Associate Chair in Romance Studies.
Her areas of interest include Spanish for Heritage Speakers, applied linguistics, the pedagogies of language teaching, second language acquisition theory, and issues of multilingualism. She directs Cornell's intensive "English for International Students and Scholars Program" through the School of Continuing Education, and has been the instructor or director of the "English for Visiting Scholars Program." She has served on the Spanish Language Curriculum Committee, the University Student Disabilities Services Advisory Board, the Language Resource Center Advisory Board, the Cornell International Education Network, and the College of Arts & Sciences Learning Disabilities Foreign Language Committee.
- Elementary Spanish
- Continuing Spanish
- Intermediate Composition and Conversation
- Methodology of Romance Language Learning and Teaching
- Language Teaching Practicum