• kim armstrong 2015
Professor of Spanish & Linguistics, Department Chair of Spanish



Office: Keiper 110



Professor of Spanish and Linguistics

Professor Armstrong earned her BA in Spanish from Skidmore College and her Masters and Ph.D. in Spanish Linguistics from Georgetown University with minors in Theoretical Linguistics and Sociolinguistics. Professor Armstrong has published articles on language and applied linguistics in The Foreign Language Annals, The Canadian Modern Language Journal, The AACE Journal, and in various edited volumes. She has also written a Spanish textbook for false beginners entitled, De Nuevo. Professor Armstrong's current research involves aspects of fluency. accuracy, and complexity in foreign language writing, as well as research on the effect of blended learning in the language classroom.



Skidmore College, BA

Georgetown University, MA

Georgetown University, PhD

Virtual Office Hours

Fall 2020 

Wednesdays - 11-12:00  (Drop-in Hours via Zoom)

By Appointment - Contact me by email to set up a Zoom Conference