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Friday, June 16 • 2:30pm - 3:55pm
From Grad School to Tenure: Establishing Scholarly Opportunities in Language Studies

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This symposium is an informal panel discussion geared for the graduate student and tenure-seeking faculty. In this panel, the presenters will discuss concerns in submitting manuscripts for peer review, what to do with reviewers’ comments, and common truths and myths about publishing. They will also discuss ways that graduate students can begin to build connections within the scholarly community in terms of publishing and service, advice for finding the position that’s the right fit, and how to balance each of the 3 areas of scholarship, teaching and service.


Angel Lin

University of Hong Kong

Erin A. Mikulec

Illinois State University
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Paul Chamness Miller

Professor, Akita International University
Paul Chamness Miller (Ph.D.) is Professor of the Faculty of International Liberal Arts at Akita International University in Akita, Japan, where he teaches writing and a course on popular culture. His research focuses on instructional methods of teaching languages, critical pedago... Read More →

Timothy Reagan

University of Maine, Orono
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John Watzke

Dean and Professor, University of Portland
John is Dean and Professor of the School of Education at the University of Portland and serves as CEO of the non-profit International Society for Language Studies. John’s work has focused on stage theory of teacher development, the spiritual dimension of teaching as a vocation... Read More →

Friday June 16, 2017 2:30pm - 3:55pm
Koi Room