Mari Morooka MATESOL ‘19 published her first academic paper, titled “Reflective Practice of Research Writing Instruction: Suggestions Drawn from Critical Incident Analysis.”
Drs. Akihiko Sasaki MATESOL ‘19and Osamu Takeuchi MATESOL ‘92 respectively published a co-authored chapter in a new book from Bloomsbury titled “Study Abroad from Home: Development of L2 Learner Autonomy in an Unprecedented Online Program during the COVID-19 Pandemic.”
Adrienne Matunas MATESOL ‘13 was accepted to the linguistics PhD program at the University of Victoria, British Columbia.
Dee Doucette MATESOL ‘16 accepted a position as an ESL instructor for Project Learn, which is an adult education program run by Community Care Alliance of Rhode Island. She has been helping with community outreach and curriculum development in order to grow the program.
When Claire Eagle completed her degree in teaching foreign language, her dream was to teach at a school like the Middlebury Institute. Now she’s redesigning curriculum at one of the biggest language schools in the world.