Dr. Megan Siczek
§ Siczek, M. & Shapiro, S. (2014). Developing writing-intensive courses for a globalized curriculum through WAC-TESOL collaborations. In T.M. Zadwicki & M. Cox (Eds.), WAC and Second Language Writers: Research towards Linguistically and Culturally Inclusive Programs and Practices (pp. 329-346). Perspectives on Writing. Fort Collins, Colorado: The WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press.
§ Siczek, M. & Bennett, G. Incorporating academic vocabulary in first-year writing. Washington-area TESOL Fall 2014 Newsletter.
§ Siczek, M. & Bennett, G. (in press). Teaching lexico-grammatical features of academic language. In M. Roberge, K. Losey, & M. Wald (Eds.), Teaching U.S-educated multilingual writers: Practices from and for the classroom. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
§ Shapiro, S. & Siczek, M. (in press). Strategic content: How globally-oriented writing courses can bridge pedagogical and political spaces. In B. Smith & N. DeJoy (Eds.), Cross-language communication and the academy: Re-thinking orientations. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
§ Siczek, M. (forthcoming). Developing global competency in U.S. higher education: Contributions of international students. CA-TESOL Journal
§ “Negotiating Socioacademic Space: International L2 Students’ Lived Experience in Mainstream College Writing Courses,” paper presentation at the American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) conference, Toronto, ON, Canada, March 2015
§ “Making Sense: Interpreting U.S. Global Education Initiatives,” paper co-presention at the Comparative and International Education Society in Washington, DC, March 2015
§ “Transnational Mobility and International Students: Voices and Visions,” paper presentation at the World Educational Research Association (WERA) Focal Meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland, November 2014
§ “Global Education in U.S. Schools: The Interplay between Policy and Teacher Practice,” paper co-presentation at the World Educational Research Association (WERA) Focal Meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland, November 2014
§ “Strategic Content: How L2 Specialists Can Bridge Pedagogical and Political Spaces in Higher Education Through Globally-Oriented Writing Courses,” paper co-presentation at American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) conference in Portland, OR, March 2014
§ “Encouraging Reflective Teaching in Composition Classrooms: Practice, Process, and Publication,” colloquium presentation at Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) conference in Portland, OR, March 2014
§ “Critical Reading Activities: Taking Students Beyond Simplistic Source Use,” colloquium presentation at TESOL conference in Portland, OR, March 2014
§ “Educating for Global Competence in the U.S.: The Interplay between Policy and Teacher Practice,” paper co-presentation at Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) conference in Toronto, ON, March 2014
§ “Internationalizing U.S. Schools: Where Do National Standards Fit In?” paper co-presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, San Francisco, CA, April 2013
§ "The Missing Link: Internationalization, Global Competency, and Inclusion in Higher Education," roundtable co-presentation at the AAAL Conference in Dallas, TX, March 2013
§ “Tapping into the Global: The Contribution of International Students,” colloquium presentation at TESOL International Conference in Dallas, TX, March 2013
Dr. Natalia Romanova
§ Romanova, N. (2015). Second Language Writing Development in a Study-Abroad Context. AAAL, Toronto, Canada
§ Jacobson, N., & Romanova, N. (2015). EAP to ESP: Using linguistic needs analysis to improve academic preparation for international graduate students in Statistics . AAAL, Toronto, Canada.
§ Romanova, N. (2013). Gender and number agreement in L1 and L2 processing of Russian (with Gor, K.) Second Language Research Forum. Brigham Young University, USA.
§ Romanova, N. (2013). Mechanisms underlying lexical access in native and second language processing of gender and number agreement (with Gor, K.). Cross-linguistic priming in bilinguals: Perspectives and constraints. Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands.