Christine Neuville-Taylor, M.Ed.

Christine Neuville-Taylor has been an adjunct Professor then a Lecturer at Sam Houston State University since 2005. She has taught French, Spanish and ESL at different levels, in international schools and universities in various countries such as France, Spain, Singapore, Malaysia, New Caledonia, to name a few….  Professor Neuville-Taylor attended Oklahoma City University where she obtained her BA in French and Spanish with Magna Cum Laude honors.  She also attended New York University in Madrid Spain and Sam Houston State University where she received a Masters degree in Education. She also has obtained her Certificate in ILR for testing in French through ACTFL. In 2014 she was awarded the Certificate for outstanding performance from the Honors College at Sam Houston State University.  Professor Neuville-Taylor has travelled extensively and has lived in more than 15 countries on 4 continents which has enhanced her passion for cultures and this is why she is a fervent believer in Study Abroad programs. Conducting the French Study Abroad program for 3 years in Paris, France, was an incredible rewarding experience!

Current research interests

A French/English-English /French technical dictionary is being processed 

List of courses regularly taught at SHSU

SPAN 1411(Elementary Spanish I) SPAN 1412: (Elementary Spanish II)

SPAN 2311(Intermediate SpanishI)/ FRN 1411 (Elementary French I)

FRN 1412 (Elementary French II)/ FRN 2311 (Intermediate French I) FRN 2312 (Intermediate French II)