The Spanish Language Program at Stanford is one of
the most ambitious language programs in the country. It is based not
only on current research in second language acquisition, but also
on an understanding of the extraordinary talents and abilities that
Stanford students bring to the study of language.
The principal goal of the entire program is to help students develop
their proficiency so that, at the end of the second year of study,
they can effectively participate alongside native Spanish speakers
at universities throughout the Spanish-speaking world.
The Spanish Language Program and its webmaster gratefully acknowledge the following contributors to the 2012-2013 iteration of this site:
Materials: Vivian Brates, Loreto Catoira, Irene Corso, Citlalli Del Carpio, Francisca Flores González, Marcela Junguito, Joan Molitoris, Carimer Ortiz-Cuevas, Veronika Reinhold, Kara Sánchez, Ana Sierra, María Cristina Urruela, Hae-Joon Won.
Technical Assistance: Joseph Kautz, Language Lab Director; Kim Hayworth and Ken Romeo, Academic Technology Specialists; Mark Branom, IT Services Technology Training.