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Professor of Hispanic Studies, International Studies and Languages Division, Seaver College
April D. Marshall has explored El Yunque in Puerto Rico, snorkeled with sharks in the Galápagos, walked the city walls of Dubrovnik, and boated across Lake Atitlán in Guatemala. She is originally from Louisville, Kentucky and a double alumna of the University of Louisville. Her doctorate is from New York University in Latin American literatures and cultures. She studied abroad in Spain and Venezuela. She has been at Pepperdine since 2003. April is a professor of Hispanic Studies in the International Studies and Languages Division at Seaver College. She has traveled with Pepperdine students to Buenos Aires, Madrid, and Washington DC. April is looking forward to more adventures with students in Barcelona next fall.
CAPA Director of Program and Student Services in Barcelona