Alejandra S-Seufferheld (Scholars in the Classroom Participant)

alejandra2Alejandra S-Seufferheld
Outreach Coordinator at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS)


Interested in visiting:

Scholars in the Classroom topics:

  • The diversity of cultures and traditions in Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Passport to Latin American and the Caribbean: Welcome to Colorful Latin America
  • Celebrating Latin American Carnivals
  • Latin American Languages Storytime
  • Bilingual Storytelling, traditional music, traditional craft
  • Latin American Holidays and Traditions
  • Teachers Basic Latin American Languages Communication Booklet: Basic Phrases
  • in English /Spanish /Portuguese /Quechua

Alejandra S-Seufferheld, Outreach Coordinator of the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, coordinates CLACS outreach programs and events for the educational community (K-12 schools, colleges, libraries), civic organizations and the general public. She also coordinates the CLACS’s Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships program. Alejandra is native from Argentina where she received a professional degree in Architecture. In addition, she obtained a Master in Architecture from the University of Illinois, her Master’s research and design thesis was focused on Migrant Farmworker Housing.

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