SPANISH AT THE UNIVERSITY
OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE

FACULTY
GRADUATE PROGRAMS
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
LECTURERS AND GTAs
NUEVOS DESTINOS EPISODES
SPANISH COLLECTION AT THE LRC
SPANISH CLUB: SIGMA DELTA PI
LA TERTULIA

Dr. Dolly J. Young
Dr. Dolly J. Young

Ph. D. University of Texas-Austin, 1985.
Associate Professor

Dr. Young is the director of the basic language program (first and second-year) and teaches courses, such as Second Language Acquisition and Foreign Language Methodology, in addition to an array of language-oriented courses in Spanish. Her research interests include foreign language anxiety, second language reading applied and psycholinguistics in Spanish and materials development. She has two edited volumes on Language Anxiety published by Prentice Hall and McGraw-Hill and two co-written supplementary readers in Spanish and French, called Esquemas/Schemas, published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. The second edition of her co-written textbook, ¿Qué te parece? was recently republished by McGraw-Hill. Dr. Young has published quantitative and qualitative research in The Modern Language Journal, Foreign Language Annals, Applied Language Learning, Synthesis, and Hispania. She has also been invited to contribute chapters to various edited volumes. She has developed an on and off-line beginning business Spanish text called ¡A Negociar! Dr. Young is highly active on department, college and university committees, such as the Tenure and Review Committee. This Year, Dr. Young has been nominated for the prestigious University of Tennessee Creative Research and Achievement Award.

E-mail: djyoung@utk.edu
Website: Dolly Young's Spanish Webpage