School of Social Sciences and International Studies

Kaitlyn E. Williams, '14

Department of Modern Languages and College of Liberal Arts Outstanding Senior, Spanish
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Kaitlyn E. Williams is a senior Spanish major whose fascination with the language was sparked by her high school Spanish teacher and a trip to Honduras in 2007. She is a student in the University Honors Program, was recognized by Wright State’s Writing Across the Curriculum program as an outstanding student writer in 2013, and was recently inducted into Wright State’s chapter of the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, Sigma Delta Pi.

Katie is honored to receive this award and wishes to thank Wright State’s talented Spanish professors for all of their instruction, inspiration and encouragement. She has thoroughly enjoyed her undergraduate education at Wright State and plans to enroll in the university’s graduate program for English with a concentration in TESOL this coming fall.

Katie desires to one day become a teacher in a Spanish, English, or bilingual classroom and would like to teach English in a Spanish-speaking country.

She resides in Beavercreek with her parents, four siblings and spoiled Cockapoo, Wrigley.


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