Robin Danzak

Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director - Residential
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Robin Danzak is a member the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in language and literacy. Robin’s research focuses on bilingual writing of adolescents and adults, examining connections between language, culture, and identity. Currently, she is also investigating the rich nature of the adoption experience through qualitative, arts-based methods.

Robin is bilingual and taught Spanish in Florida public schools for several years. Prior to that, she lived in Chile for five years, where she completed an MA in Linguistics. In 2014, she spent a semester in Italy as a Fulbright scholar.

In teaching, Robin is passionate about community-engaged and project-based learning. These are emphasized in her interdisciplinary undergraduate course, Arts, Health, & Community (CD 240). Outside of work, Robin enjoys outdoor adventures, making art, and experiencing Boston's cultural and culinary treasures.



B.A., New College of Florida
M.A., Universidad de Conception
Ph.D., University of South Florida