Susana Rivera-Mills is Associate Professor of Spanish and Diversity Advancement at Oregon State University. She holds BA and MA degrees from University of Iowa and the PhD from University of New Mexico. She has published various articles and presented at numerous national and international conferences in the areas of Spanish in the US, issues in sociolinguistics, second language acquisition, and Spanish for heritage speakers.Juan Antonio Trujillo is Assistant Professor of Spanish and Linguistics at Oregon State University. He holds BA and MA degrees from Brigham Young University and the PhD from The University of Texas at Austin. His primary areas of research include history of Spanish in the US Southwest, pedagogies of engagement, and language revitalization and language policy. He has presented at various national and international conferences and published scholarly articles in these areas.