Fernando Ruiz García is a native of Cantabria (Spain). He graduated from the University of Cantabria in 2012 with a BA in Teaching Foreign Languages (English) and in 2013 with a BA in Elementary Education. During the academic year of 2011-2012, he participated in the Erasmus program at the University of Rennes 2 (Rennes, France) during which he completed several internship programs at different French schools.

After graduating, he moved to the United Kingdom where he spent two academic years working at different educational levels in the cities of Aberystwyth (Wales) and Bristol (England). In 2015 he returned to Spain to work as a primary school teacher and tutor until June of 2017. Starting in 2013, he concurrently acquired a distance learning BA in English Studies at the UNED (Spanish National University of Distance Education), integrating its concepts into his teaching. He graduated in June of 2017. In 2019 he obtained a Master's Degree in Spanish  Language, Literature and Pedagogy from the University of Delaware (Newark, Delaware, USA). He later worked as a Spanish instructor for that institution during the following academic year 2019-2020.

Fernando is currently working as a Teaching Assistant at Temple University while completing his doctorate program in Spanish Literature.

Faculty Advisor: José Manuel Pereiro-Otero

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