Dr. Medina is a published author, researcher, and seasoned educator with 13 years of experience in a variety of national and international educational settings ranging from primary education to graduate level university instruction.
Specializing in bringing service learning, e-learning and technology integration into the classroom as a tool for instruction and personal productivity.
Competencies include student engagement and classroom instruction, multicultural awareness and the usage of culturally relevant instructional practices, curriculum development, advising, career counseling and cross-programmatic pedagogical design and project implementation. Extensive experience with primarily diverse populations at all levels of university advancement.
Research areas: feminist perspective of XX and XXI century literature, including cultural conflict and assimilation, union and disunion, historical memory, feminine space, and trans-cultural and multilingual artistic production in the Iberian Peninsula.
Actively seeking employment opportunities within higher education in classroom instruction, project management and development and/or leadership capacity that foment intercultural understanding and curiosity.