Personnel Profile

Dr. Jacqueline Thomas, Regents Professor of French

Dr. Jacqueline Thomas

Teaching Interests

Teaching French to speakers of Spanish, teaching French culture, sponsoring the French Club, and arranging field trips and study abroad experiences.

Selected Honors

Named Regents Professor by the Regents of the Texas A&M University System

Named "chevalier" (a knight) in the Order of Academic Palmes, an honor given by the French government to those who have excelled in promoting the French language and culture around the world.

Selected Works

Etudiants Sans Frontières (Students Without Borders): Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in French. (American Association of Teachers of French, 2012)

"An Investment in New Tenure-track Faculty: A Two-year Development Program" The Journal of Faculty Development, 27.1 January 2013

"Showing the Relevance of French through Service-Learning" French Review 86.6. May 2013

"Exercices pour accompagner Le Ballon rouge, le livre par Albert Lamorisse." []

"Studying Le Ballon rouge with False Beginners" Academic Exchange Quarterly, Spring 2006

 "Changing Eating Habits in France: Are Transformations in French Society Threatening Traditional Culinary Values?" In France in the Twenty-First Century. Ed. Marie-Christine Weidman-Koop (Summa Publications, 2009)

Current Projects

Marketing classroom activities to accompany Christine Albert's CD's of French music.

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Contact Information

Language and Literature
Fore Hall 101B
MSC 162 Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Kingsville, Texas 78363-8202
voice: (361) 593-2579
fax: (361) 593-2116
Personal Website:

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