Andrea Solis

In this final blog of our New Faulty Series, we welcome Dr. Andrea Solis. Dr. Solis is by no means new to Mount St. Mary's University. She has worked in the School of Natural Science & Mathematics for the past fourteen years. She taught chemistry labs and general sciences, as well as serving as a lab manager. While Dr. Solis has taught Spanish for twelve years here at the Mount, this year she transferred to the CLA to work full time for the Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures.

Dr. Solis completed her undergraduate degree at UAZ (Autonomous University of Zacatecas, Mexico), and her graduate degrees at UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico). She taught Spanish at Penn State, and Literature at UAZ. Some of her specializations include Hispanic Literature and Latin-American Culture. Dr. Solis is looking forward to continuing to teach Spanish at the beginner and advanced levels. She also looks forward to continuing to advise and support the students involved in the Student Organization of Latinos (SOL)

Dr. Solis enjoys music, walking, hiking, and conversations with friends. In addition to supporting the SOL, she also volunteers at the Mother Seton Day in the Science Department, where she helps middle school students with science experiments.