Agata Guskaroska, PhD. Student in Applied Linguistics & Technology, has won two grants. This May, she won the International Student Grant (Delta Kappa Gamma Society International) to aid outstanding international women with excellent scholarship who plan to return to their homeland and work in some field of education. This grant is given by Upsilon State … Continue reading Agata Guskaroska wins two awards
Carol A. Chapelle, Distinguished Professor, Applied Linguistics and Technology, was awarded a Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, for the 2020-2021 academic year. She plans to engage with colleagues at Carleton on projects in technology-mediated language learning in order to help develop a book manuscript. The book will be a second … Continue reading Carol A. Chapelle awarded a Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair
Andrea Flinn, PhD student in the Applied Linguistics and Technology program, was recently awarded a Critical Language Scholarship to study Arabic in Meknes, Morocco. Because world events will prevent international travel this summer, she will instead be studying stateside at Middlebury College, where she’s earning her Master’s in Teaching Arabic to Speakers of Other Languages. … Continue reading Andrea Flinn was recently awarded a Critical Language Scholarship
Roz Hirch won the 2020 Departmental Research Grant Award Winner for her project “What are Students Thinking?: Development of a Diagnostic English Grammar Test for Use in an ESL Classroom” At a time when everyone seems to be developing speaking and writing tests, what place is there for a grammar test? While considerable attention in recent … Continue reading Roz Hirch — 2020 Departmental Research Grant Award Winner
The Brown Bag Colloquium will be on this Friday, March 13th, from 12:00 – 1:00 PM in Ross Hall, Rm. 212. The presenters this week will be Dr. Chapelle and Dr. Ockey. They will be providing presentations for Language Assessment Research Conference (LARC 2020) on March 25th. Attached are PDFs with each abstract. Please come … Continue reading Brown Bag Colloquium
Dr. Joe Geluso was awarded the inaugural English Department Graduate Student Leadership award, which recognizes graduate students who have taken on leadership roles in the program, department, college, university, and/or profession, and who have actively encouraged, advised, and mentored other students as they entered leadership roles. Congrats, Joe!
The first presenter this semester will be Reza Neiriz, a Ph.D. student in ALT. He will present his research on interactional competence in oral communication assessment. Attached is a PDF with the abstract for the presentation. Please come join us to learn more about language assessment and share ideas with faculties and graduate students in our … Continue reading Brown Bag Colloquium