At Lafayette, Geoffrion-Vinci teaches courses on Spanish literature and civilization from the 18th-century to the present and such language classes as Intermediate Spanish (Span111), Advanced Composition and Conversation (Span211), Spanish for Heritage Learners (Span 215), and Business Spanish (Span 225). In addition, she is proud to contribute to the Women’s and Gender Studies program having taught such courses as Introduction to WGS, and Mapping the Self: Gender, Race and Nation in Modern World Literatures, an experimental course of her own design. An avid food enthusiast, Professor G-V has contributed to Lafayette’s First Year Seminar series with her course On Cooking, Culture, and Cinema. She serves as the faculty advisor to Lafayette’s chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, and to the HOLA (Heritage of Latin America) Floor student living group on campus. She is proud to have served as a Posse Mentor to Lafayette’s fabulous DC Posse #5, Class of 2014.
For a more complete list of Professor G-V’s activities, please see her Curriculum Vitae (available on this site).