Carrie Clay

Assistant Professor of Spanish; Director, General Studies & Professional Development

School of Humanities & Behavioral Science

Professor Carrie Y. Clay earned her BA in Spanish Teaching from Anderson University in 1999 and her M.A. in Spanish from Middlebury College in 2005. She has traveled and studied in El Salvador, Mexico and Spain.

Professor Clay began her teaching career at Lawrence Central High School in Indianapolis. A few years later she returned to her alma mater, AU, where she currently serves as faculty advisor for College Mentors for Kids and teaches Elementary and Intermediate Spanish, Spanish Phonetics, Strategies for Advanced Spanish Proficiency and First-Year Seminar.

In 2012 Professor Clay was awarded the Collegiate Teacher of the Year award by the Indiana chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (IAATSP). In 2019, she was honored to receive a Site Manager of the Year award from College Mentors for Kids.

BA, Anderson University
MA, Middlebury College