Boston University Madrid Team

Our team is always on hand in the office to help students during their time in Madrid.


Amalia Pérez-Juez, PhD is the Director of Boston University programs in Spain (Madrid, Burgos, Menorca). She is involved in the academic and personal integration of American students in Spain, supervises all program operations, and works closely with Boston University faculty and administrators to keep the curriculum in Madrid up to date. She also teaches history and archaeology and is involved in different research projects.  Amalia earned her doctorate at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, where one of the BU programs is hosted, after having studied in France (Université de Grenoble and Université de Poitiers) and the US (Boston University). She is also an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Archaeology at Boston University.
Contact: amaliapj@bu.edu



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Amalia Pérez-Juez,
Director


Pilar Sánchez has worked for the Madrid Program since 1985. Her work as the program’s Assistant Director includes generally assistance for students during their stay in Spain, preparation of program trips and semester schedules, faculty contracts, finance and operations management, oversee the maintenance and development of the program’s website and the database, resource planning and other operation responsibilities. Pilar studied Fashion Design and she is passionate about the world of art, literature and travel. 
Contact: pshernam@bu.edu


Pilar Sánchez,
Assistant Director


Miky de Miguel has coordinated housing for Madrid students since 2007, having  working with students from Georgetown University since 1995. Miky is responsible for all questions regarding student housing during their stay in Madrid, and she is always on hand to ensure that students are as comfortable and happy as possible. She also develops and maintains the program’s database. Miky has a degree in Biological Sciences from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. She enjoys reading, cooking, basketball, and above all spending time with her family and friends. 
Contact: mmiguel@bu.edu


Miky de Miguel,
Housing Coordinator


Gabriela Irma Navarro is the Student Life Coordinator in our Madrid Program. Gabriela completed a dual bachelor’s degree (in Psychology and Spanish) and went on to  investigate interaction and anxiety during second language learning for her MA in Spanish Linguistics, which she received from San Diego State University. Gabriela spent time as a study abroad student in Spain and Costa Rica and gained experience in study abroad administration at San Diego State, Universidad Complutense and Universidad de Nebrija. Currently, Gabriela is developing the cultural and social program at BU Madrid. She enjoys reading, rollerskating, dining out, and exploring Madrid with her husband and dog. 
Contact: gin@bu.edu


Gabriela Irma Navarro,  
Student Life Coordinator

 

Rebecca Moy is the Student Academic Coordinator in the Madrid office.  She completed her BA in Journalism and Spanish at Marist College and went on to receive her MA at San Diego State University in Interpersonal Communication, specializing in Intercultural Studies. Six  years after completing her own semester abroad in Spain, she returned to Madrid and has been living here ever since. Before joining the Madrid team, she worked as an English Instructor, Editor, Translator, Copywriter, and as a User Support Specialist at a social network. She dedicates her free time to travel and spending time with friends in Madrid. 
Contact: rbmoy@bu.edu

 



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Rebecca Moy,  
Academic Coordinator


Noemí  Martín Santo is the Graduate Assistant for the Spring 2015.  After completing her MA at University of Oregon, she started her PhD in Hispanic Literature at Boston University where she is currently writing her dissertation. Before moving to the USA, she came to Madrid from Elche, where she earned her bachelor´s degree at Universidad Complutense. Noemi loves reading, having long walks, and practicing Yoga. 
Contact: noemims@bu.edu 


Noemí  Martín Santo, 
Graduate Assistant 


Beatriz is a UAM student who will be completing her degree in Biochemistry in Spring2015 and is working on her final research project at the Centro de Biología Molecular Severo Ochoa (CBMSO). She was an exchange student at Boston University in the fall of 2014 and has been working with the BU Madrid program since her returned.  At the UAM, she helps Science, Engineering, and Madrid 3 students through the adaptation process of taking classes at this Spanish university and assists them with university-related matters that may arise throughout the semester. Her passions include dance and musical theater.
Contact: beasp@bu.edu


Beatriz Sánchez Pintado,
UAM Student Assistant