This event features PhD candidates who have built strong professional profiles in various areas (e.g., teaching, research, and leadership). Nicole King (T&L), Tamara Roose (T&L), and Budimka Uskokovic (Germanic) will share their experiences and resources and will also participate in a Q&A session. For more information and the Zoom link, check out the FLRT versatile profile panel flyer.
Month: March 2021
Donn F. Bailey Lecture at NBASLH 2021
This Thursday, Monique Mills (U Houston) will present our work at the 2021 Annual Convention of the National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing (NBASLH). Our talk ‘Assessing Black students’ narrative language’ has been selected for the Donn F. Bailey Lecture.
AAAL 2021 colloquium
I am presently participating in the 2021 American Association for Applied Linguistics virtual conference. With Jackie Ridley (Kent State), I have a paper, ‘Ideologies at the intersection of language learning, science learning, and play’. Our paper is part of the colloquium Jackie organized on Language Learning and Play in Preschool Settings, along with papers by Amy Kyratzis (UCSB), Katie Bernstein and Ryleigh Hait (ASU). It is amazing to be hanging out with so many applied linguists in one “place”, hearing about the work they are engaged in now.
Brian Seilstad book and webinar
Brian Seilstad, a former advisee, has a book coming out with Multilingual Matters. Educating Adolescent Newcomers in the Superdiverse Midwest: Multilingual Students in English-centric Contexts is based on his 2018 dissertation. Brian will be doing a webinar with Wayne Wright, Nancy Hornberger, Nelson Flores, and Maria Cioe Pena on April 1st, at 7 pm GMT. You can register for the webinar here.
#OSUMultilingualEd and FSMLE at AAAL 2021
FSMLE is well represented at AAAL 2021! For a list of student and faculty presentation, check out the list. This tweet is the first ever for #OSUMultilingualEd.
Invited talk for New Literacy Studies Forum
This past weekend I gave an invited talk as part of a panel ‘Multilingual Communities in Ethnographic Perspectives’. This panel was part of a series of Literacy Talks organized by the New Literacy Studies Forum/Kajian Literasi Baru. Also presenting was my former advisee Dr. Artanti Sari, who gave a wonderful presentation grounded in her dissertation research with Indonesian-Muslim families who migrated to the US and used online digital telecommunication technology to socialize their children into languages, literacy, and religion.