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Meet M.A. TESOL Graduate student Sasha Krafft Meet M.A. TESOL Graduate student Sasha Krafft
Graduate Student
Portland site of the Literacy Education and Second Language Learning for Adults’ 13th International Symposium (LESLLA). Portland site of the Literacy Education and Second Language Learning for Adults’ 13th International Symposium (LESLLA).
Organization
Meet Danny Rauda Meet Danny Rauda
Alumnus
Meet Christiana McGrady Meet Christiana McGrady
Alumnus
2006 Applied Linguistics B.A. graduate now aPhD candidate at Northwestern University 2006 Applied Linguistics B.A. graduate now aPhD candidate at Northwestern University
Alumnus
Meet Assistant Professor Alissa Hartig Meet Assistant Professor Alissa Hartig
Faculty Member
Meet M.A. TESOL 2017 graduate Ian Hancock Meet M.A. TESOL 2017 graduate Ian Hancock
Alumnus
Documenting the Endangered Languages and Cultures of Africa's West Coast Documenting the Endangered Languages and Cultures of Africa's West Coast
Dr. Tucker Childs works with communities in remote West African villages, documenting the region's endangered languages and cultures.
Research
Meet M.A. TESOL graduate student Drew Sowers Meet M.A. TESOL graduate student Drew Sowers
Graduate Student
Meet Noriko Iwasaki Meet Noriko Iwasaki
Alumnus
Meet Jessica Hanson Meet Jessica Hanson
Alumnus
Meet Heather Todd Meet Heather Todd
Applied Linguistics B.A. graduate Heather Todd now pursuing a PhD in Field Linguistics at SOAS, University of London
Alumnus
The Learner Web: Democratizing Adult Education The Learner Web: Democratizing Adult Education
From Portland State University to a network of partners providing educational programs to adult learners, the Learner Web supports education, equity, and social justice.
Research
The Civil Engineering Writing Project The Civil Engineering Writing Project
Dr. Susan Conrad and her collaborators study documents written by civil engineers and students to develop materials that will hone students' writing skills without adding courses to the curriculum.
Research
Meet Simon Peters Meet Simon Peters
Alum Simon Peters is a 2014 graduate of the Honors Program with a B.A. in Chinese and Applied Linguistics, where his focus was on endangered language documentation and maintenance. Simon recently received a second Critical Language Scholarship from the State Department for a return to China. He began working on his Ph.D. at UC Santa Barbara in Fall of 2015.
Alumnus