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Wallace Sanders

Wallace Sanders

Adjunct Instructor

Wallace Sanders, MA, obtained both his BS and MA degrees (February 1974 and August 1979, respectively) from NYU’s School of Education. Prior to his retirement from full-time employment in 2003, he served as Director of Intake and Training at the City of New York Commission on Human Rights. Previously, he was employed by the Sewanhaka Central High School District of Long Island as teacher of French and Spanish, during which period he also served as adjunct assistant professor of Spanish in Adelphi University's Off-Campus Programs.  In addition to his graduate degrees, he also earned a New York State Translator/Interpreters Certificate upon his graduation from the Latin American Institute in May 1963.

Currently Teaching

Spanish Intermediate Immersive Conversation and Culture

Use your Spanish language knowledge as a springboard for fast, effective development of intermediate-level fluency.

Discovering Spanish Language and Culture

If you have never studied Spanish, then take this course to develop basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in the language.