Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of Linguistics & Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages
Shannon Spasova
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CD116-0080- Spasova scaled.jpgAssistant Professor of Russian

Ph.D., M.A., Slavic Languages and Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison; M.Ed., Instructional Design, University of Massachusetts-Boston; B.A., Russian, Oberlin College

B-480 Wells Hall

Shannon Spasova is an Assistant Professor of Russian and Technology Specialist in the Center for Language Teaching Advancement. She received her Ph.D at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where her dissertation research was on Russian and Soviet science fiction. Her ongoing interests include instructional design and technology in language teaching, and she completed a second Master's degree in instructional design in 2015. Shannon has also taught at Middlebury College, Dalhousie University, for the University of Minnesota's STARTALK courses, and has worked as part of the RAILS project (an award-winning project that targeted advanced listening skills in students of Russian) and for Learning Support Services (a group that assists instructors in use of technology in teaching).