Angela Carlson-Lombardi

Job Title

  • Associate Professor of Spanish
    Languages and Cultures College of Arts and Sciences


Dr. Carlson-Lombardi received a B.A. in Spanish and Studio Art (double major) from Bethel University, an M.A. in Hispanic Literature from the University of Georgia, and a Ph.D. (also in Hispanic Literature) from the University of Minnesota, where she has been employed since 2002 as Supervisor of Spanish 1003 in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies. She is also the Faculty Assistant of College in the Schools for the University of Minnesota. With a grant from the Mellon Foundation she completed a Certificate Program in Technology and Language Instruction at Middlebury College's Center for Educational Technology. She returns to her alma mater with extensive experience in faculty and curriculum development, especially in focusing on effective strategies for internationalizing the curriculum.

Started at Bethel



  • Bethel University - B.A. in Spanish, B.A. in Studio Art, 1987
  • University of Georgia - M.A. in Hispanic Literature, 1994
  • University of Minnesota - Ph.D. in Hispanic Literature, 2002

Certificates and Licenses

Certificate in Technology and Language Instruction, Middlebury College's Center for Educational Technology