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College of Arts and Sciences

College of Arts and Sciences

Tatiana Schuss

Phone: (239) 590-7271
Office: RH 213B

A native of France, Tatiana Schuss studied at the Université de Perpignan, France, where she obtained her Licence (bachelor degree) in English Literature and Civilization, and French as a Foreign Language. She received a Master 1 in the Teaching of French as a Foreign Language at the Université de Bourgogne, in Dijon France. She also holds a Master of Arts in the Teaching of Languages, with dual emphases in French and TESOL, from the University of Southern Mississippi, where she taught the lower-level French program and upper-division courses in grammar and composition. In addition, she has worked as an interpreter for a private company and the US Department of State.

She now teaches French at FGCU, and works on the development of the French program along with the foreign language division. In addition, she serves as one of the faculty advisers to the French Club whose objective is to promote French language and culture on campus.

Her areas of interests include Second Language Acquisition, Sociolinguistics, communicative-language teaching, language learning strategies, and the development of the French program at FGCU.

She likes traveling around the world with her family and wants to promote the learning of foreign languages and cultures.