College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

School of World Languages and Cultures

Alisha Romano, JLC, 2020

Alisha Romano JLC class of 2020 headshot


After graduating from the WLC department in 2020, I went to the University of South Florida to pursue my Masters in Women's and Gender Studies. During my time there I was able to work as a graduate assistant and develop units for the introductory course. While I worked at USF I was able to teach students about Japanese feminist practices and histories. I graduated with my Masters in 2022 and wanted to be able to continue teaching students about Japan, so I applied to teach at CSUMB in the WLC department. I am now working in the department and furthering my students' knowledge about Japan and Japanese culture as well as Japanese feminism. I am really enjoying being able to tie together my two degrees in ways that aid my students' learning.