Terri-Jo Woellner

Teaching Professor

What I do

Teaching Professor of French
Coordinator of Elementary French Program

Professional Biography

Background:

I was born and educated in New England. As a student at Middlebury College in Vermont, I studied at the Johannes Gutenberg Universität in Mainz, Germany and at the Middlebury College School in Paris, France. After graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degrees from Middlebury College and a few years of work in Washington, D.C. and Florida, I began studies for a Master of Arts at the University of Vermont. I completed this degree and began working as an adjunct at the University of Denver that same fall. I joined the Department full time in 1993 as a Lecturer and became a Senior Lecturer in 2004. My position evolved to Teaching Full Professor in Fall, 2015.

Degree(s)

  • MA, 19th-century French literature and Québécois literature, University of Vermont, 1990
  • BA, French and German, Middlebury College, 1984

Professional Affiliations

  • American Association of Teachers of French
  • American Conference of Teachers of Foreign Languages
  • Colorado Conference of Foreign Language Teachers
  • International Association for Language Learning Technology

Presentations

Woellner, T. -J. (2011). "Buy the Book: The Booksellers of Paris". Monday Literary Club - December, 2011. Denver, CO: Monday LIterary Club.
Woellner, T. -J. (2014). "Words that place us; words that date us". Monday Literary Club. Denver: Monday Literary Club.
Woellner, T. -J. (2017). Out of Sight in the City of Light. Monday Literary Club. Denver.