Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) (M.A., Licensure)


Department of English

Choonkyoung Kim

  • Associate Professor
  • Ph. D. 1996, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Teaching and research areas: 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.

(320) 308-3245 | 101 Ruby Cora Webster Hall

Ettien Koffi

  • Professor
  • Ph.D. Linguistics, Indiana University
  • Teaching and research areas: Phonetics/phonology, sociolinguistics, language planning, Anyi language research.

(320) 308-3539 | 261 Ruby Cora Webster Hall

John Madden

  • Associate Professor
  • Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin
  • Teaching and research areas: Second language comprehension, Computer-assisted language learning and digital literacy, second language acquisition, second language research methods, second language teaching methods.

(320) 308-0910 | 162 Ruby Cora Webster Hall

Anastassia McNulty

  • Assistant Professor
  • Ph.D., University of Nebraska, Lincoln
  • Teaching and research areas: Second language acquisition, teaching, and learning; teaching TESL methods, English for Academic Purposes; ESL field experiences and student teaching supervision; ESL/TESL, bilingual education, assessment, heritage language learners, online teaching and technology.

Ed Sadrai

  • Associate Professor
  • Ph.D., University of Minnesota
  • Teaching and Research areas: codeswitching, conlangs, information structure, morphosyntax, sociolinguistics, second language acquisition.

(320) 308-3061 | 126 Ruby Cora Webster Hall

Michael Schwartz

  • Assistant professor and Director of the Intensive English Center
  • Ph.D., University of New Mexico
  • Teaching and research areas: World English, second language writing, discourse analysis and teacher development.

(320) 308-3237 | 107 Ruby Cora Webster Hall

Other Departments

Shawn Jarvis

  • Professor
  • Ph.D.
  • Teaching and research areas: 19th-century German women's fairy tales, language pedagogy, German language.

Isolde Mueller

  • Professor
  • Ph.D.
  • Teaching and research areas: German language.

Ramon Serrano

  • Professor
  • Ph. D. 1994, Pennsylvania State University
  • Teaching and research areas: Teacher Education.

(320) 308-5467 | A134 Education Building

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