Liz
Mason
Adjunct Faculty, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Teaching at Cairn since 2020

Liz Mason

Education

  • EdM in Spanish Education, University at Buffalo
  • BA in Spanish and Adolescence Education, Houghton College

Biography

After graduating from Houghton College, Liz taught Spanish at the Inter-American School in Guatemala (2012-13). Moving back to the States, she earned her Masters of Education in Spanish Education from the University at Buffalo and then moved to the Philadelphia area to take a high school Spanish position, teaching levels 1-4 at Phil-Mont Christian Academy (2014-19). While there, she led a sports ministry trip to Costa Rica (2015) and an educational tour to Spain (2019). She then started working as the ARC Coordinator at Cairn in 2019 and started teaching Spanish at the University in 2020.

Additional Information

Contact Information:
lmason@cairn.edu

Courses Taught at Cairn:

  • SPA 231
  • SPA 232
  • Independent Studies: SPA 331, 332, 431

Academic Specialties:

  • Spanish – grammar, communication, and culture

Certifications:

  • NY State Professional Teaching Certificate Spanish 7-12

Volunteer Work:

  • Translator and team leader with Push The Rock Costa Rica (2014-2018)

Teaching at Cairn since 2020