Kate and Kathryn, both members of the Class of 2019, will be assisting the Language Programs in various ways. Among other things, they will be available to meet with students who have been recommended by their instructor, as well as those interested in some aspect of the language they are studying beyond the classroom setting.
If you are currently enrolled in one of our Department's courses and would like to schedule a session with either Kate (Spanish or Portuguese) or Kathryn (Spanish), you may do so by signing up in their WASE calendars.
Sessions are typically 1-on-1 and last 60 minutes, but 30 minutes sessions and small-group sessions (with 2 or 3 students) can also be arranged. The only requirement is that you sign up for a session at least one day in advance.
Note that the Spanish and Portuguese language tutoring that has been taking place at the residential colleges is no longer available. These services will now be provided jointly by Kate and Kathryn.
If you have questions about our new language sessions, please contact Sylvia Zetterstrand, Associate Director of the Spanish Language Program. We hope you will take advantage of this valuable opportunity.
A junior in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Kathryn Phipps is pursuing a certificate in Translation and Cross Cultural Communication. She's excited to be translating an early modern text for her independent work, partly because it keeps taking her to Spain for historical research. On campus, she is involved with Worship House and Princeton University Ballet, and her coffee habit compels her to spend a lot of time in cafes. Whether you’re looking for specific assistance with course material or just want to practice casual conversations in Spanish, Kathryn would be glad to meet up—preferably over a cup of coffee!
Kate Reed is a junior in the History Department, with certificates in Latin American Studies and Spanish. At Princeton, she helps run daily English as a Second Language classes for Spanish-speakers in Trenton, works with Princeton University Language Project to provide free translations to non-profits, and is involved with several other projects related to language education and immigration in the Princeton area—most recently, helping teach an adapted Princeton history class to ESL students at a local high school. She has worked in both Mexico and Costa Rica, and will be headed back to Mexico this summer for thesis research. Feel free to reach out for help with Spanish or Portuguese, or just to chat!