María José Ferreyra
CASA RESIDENT DIRECTOR, ARGENTINA
María José Ferreyra works in Buenos Aires as the Resident Director of the CASA (Consortium for Advanced Studies Abroad) study abroad program, and coordinating the DRCLAS Summer Internship Programs in Argentina. She is an instructor of Modern Languages and Literatures and a graduate of the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (1986). She served as Student Advisor to the Centro Binacional Argentino-Norteamericano (IICANA). In 1992, she lived in Boston and worked as an instructor of Spanish at the University of Massachusetts; she also worked in adult and child education in Brookline, MA. Between 1995 and 1996, she was instructor of Spanish at Boston University, Tufts University, Brandeis University, and Simmons College. Previously, she was the Head of the International Department at the Northlands School in Buenos Aires. She has also taught Spanish as a Second Language for the International Baccalaureate program. Her interest in American culture and intercultural experiences began in 1980 when she lived and completed her high school studies in Rhinebeck, NY.