University of Calgary

Nicole Puccinelli

  • Master's Student
  • Graduate Assistant-Non Teaching

About me:

My interest in teaching and languages dates back to my childhood. Consequently, I obtained a B.A Honours in Spanish at the University of Calgary. The three main things that  impacted me in my career were: being able to write my honours thesis under the supervision of Dr. Brown, on my all-time favourite author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra; having the opportunity to help write an online language text in Spanish that is an Open Educational Resource; and being able to teach Spanish, not only as a language, but also the history and the rich culture.

All my experiences as an undergraduate were fantastic; I am more than joyful every time I look at how far I have come along. That is why I decided to further pursue a Master’s Program in Applied Linguistics at the University of Calgary. Aside from my interest in languages, I love to invest my time volunteering at Immigration Services in order to help newcomers feel incorporated in Canadian Society.

Currently Teaching

Not currently teaching any courses.

Current Studies

  • Master's Student
    Degree: Master of Arts
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