Mary Therese Gallegos
Dr. Mary Therese Gallegos
M. Therese Gallegos is an Associate Professor in the Department of English & Communication, where she teaches courses in composition, grammar, and linguistics, chairs the Developmental Writing Committee, and supervises the English Computer Classrooms.
She has a BA in French Literature from the State University of New York at Binghamton, an MA in TESOL from the University of New Mexico, and an Ed.D. In reading and language from Harvard University. In addition, she has three great kids, two irritating cats, a yard full of wary birds, and a rough draft of the next great science fiction trilogy.
Ed.D from Harvard University
MA from University of New Mexico in Albuquerque
BA from State University of New York at Binghamton
CV/VITAE: Gallegos Vitae
Writing Skills I, ENGL 0320
Writing Skills II, ENGL 0321
Composition I, ENGL 1301
Introduction to Linguistics, ENGL 3319
English Grammar, ENGL 3330
Introduction to English as a Second Language, ENGL 4328
Linguistics & Reading, ENGL 6354
Language Arts for English Learners, Special Topics graduate course
August 1990 (also 1983-1987)
Area of Specialty and Responsibility:
Language and writing
Teaching Assistant for "Developing Reading Ability in Adults," Harvard University, Spring 1988.
Research Assistant for Catherine Snow, Harvard University, August 1985 to December 1987.
Instructional Specialist, Writing Lab, Texas Southmost College, February 1982 to August 1985.