David Heine, Professor, Ph. D. 1987, Indiana University-Bloomington: Reader response & critical literacy, reading process, literacy instruction, and literacy issues for second language learners.
Choonkyoung Kim, Associate Professor, Ph. D. 1996, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Vocabulary acquisition, Psycholinguistic aspects of L2 learning, Reading in L2, writing in L2, ESL program evaluation, L2 Teacher education; Cross-linguistic phenomena, and Instructional strategies for teaching ESL; quantitative research; English, Korean, and Spanish.
Ettien Koffi, Associate Professor, Ph. D. 1990, Indiana University-Bloomington: grammar, English syntax, morphology, phonology, descriptive linguistics, sociolinguistics, history of the English language, cognitive linguistics, cross-cultural pragmatics; English, French, Greek, Hebrew, and Spanish.
John Madden, Assistant Professor, Ph. D. 2004, University of Texas-Austin: K-12 ESL and foreign language education, ESL listening comprehension, CALL, ESL for non-ESL K-12 teachers; English, Spanish, and Swahili.
James H. Robinson, Professor, Ph. D. 1983, Sanford University: K-12 ESL teaching/learning, ESL writing, contrastive rhetoric, intercultural communication in the classroom; ethnographic research; ESL for non-ESL K-12 teachers; English and Korean.
Suzanne Ross, Professor, Ph. D. 1989, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: composition and linguistics; literature and linguistics; English and Spanish.
Suellen Rundquist, Professor, Ph. D. 1991, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities: syntax, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, second language acquisition, gender and language; English and French.
Ramon Serrano, Professor, Ph. D. 1994, Pennsylvania State University: gangs and literacy, writing and at risk students, connecting at risk students with elders and literacy, ELL literacy, and non traditional form of literacy; English and Spanish.
Mary Teutsch-Dwyer, Professor, Ph. D. 1995, Stanford University: ESL reading or writing research, Second language acquisition, learning/teaching styles; intercultural communication in the classroom; cognitive and functional linguistics; case study research; English and Polish.
For more information email the TESL Director, Jim Robinson at: firstname.lastname@example.org.