Adrienne Lubbert

Posts by Adrienne Lubbert

MIIS Alum Adnan Al-Hammody published

Categories: careers, GSTILE

MIIS Alum Adnan Al-Hammody, MA TESOL 2013, has recently been published. The paper is called When a Facebook Group Makes a Difference: Facebook for Language Learning, and was written during his time as a student at MIIS for Applied Linguistics Research and as part of his portfolio. The paper investigates what Iraqi students gain from interacting in […] Continue reading

MIIS French Professor Michel Gueldry keeping busy

Categories: Events, GSTILE, News

MIIS Professor Michel  Gueldry has had, and continues to have, a very busy semester. As a French language studies professor at MIIS, Gueldry specializes in international relations and sustainability studies. Just this year, Gueldry has completed and submitted three articles for publication: a new research paper entitled “Energy and Climate Change: The Emergence of an Overarching Security […] Continue reading

TESOL Professor Jean Turner’s book published

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The textbook that MIIS TESOL Professor Jean Turner has been working on since her sabbatical in 2008-9, “Using Statistics in Small-Scale Language Education Research: Focus on Non-Parametric Data,” is now available from Routledge publishing. The book addresses an important concern for people doing small-scale research—how to use the statistical formulas that are appropriate for analyzing data that are […] Continue reading

MIIS Faculty, Students, & Alumni Meet in Paris

Categories: GSTILE

During a recent trip to Paris, Professor Abel gathered together with a few of her former, current, and future students for crêpes and cider. Professor Abel says, “It is very gratifying to see how well our alumni are doing, and they set a great example for our current students.” She loves to encourage networking among […] Continue reading

Dr. Lynn Visson published in London Review of Books

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MIIS Adjunct Professor Dr. Lynn Visson, who teaches a three-day intensive course on conference terminology and procedures, was recently published in the London Review of Books. Her article entitled “Diary” is her own diary entry based on her experience as an interpreter from Russian and French into English. The article gives a sneak peek into the […] Continue reading

MIIS Alumni Mingle at CATESOL Conference

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Many MIIS graduates, students, and faculty attended the 44th Annual CATESOL Conference two weeks ago in San Diego. The conference is for TESOL professionals in California, and the theme this year was “Riding the Waves of Success,” which dealt with the challenges and achievements educators and students face when teaching or learning English. The event included pre‑conference institutes, […] Continue reading

Kavenoki Conducts Webinar on Interpreting for Olympics

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Russian translation and interpretation professor Rosa Kavenoki conducted a webinar on intercultural communication around interpreting for the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games Organizing Committee and volunteers on October 29 in Moscow, Russia.     While in Russia, Prof. Kavenoki also spoke at the plenary session of the international conference Language and Culture in the Changing […] Continue reading

MIIS faculty coach Middlebury students at Clifford Symposium

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MIIS Professors Barry Slaughter Olsen and Jacolyn Harmer were invited to participate in the annual Clifford Symposium at Middlebury last week. The topic of this year’s Symposium was “Translation in A Global Community: Theory and Practice.” As part of this event, Middlebury brought in faculty from MIIS to work together with Middlebury students. The Middlebury students […] Continue reading

PCMI Student Caroline Cuddy published

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Caroline Cuddy has been published in the journal Hispania. Cuddy is a PCMI TESOL student, currently studying in Barranquilla, Colombia. Her publication is a review of Better Reading Spanish by Jean Yates. The review can be found here on Project Muse. Continue reading

Summer Interpreting Course in Spain

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  For the third consecutive summer, Professor Cas Shulman-Mora taught and directed the International Conference Interpretation Practicum at the Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo in Santander, Spain. She was joined again this summer by teaching assistant Arielle Weisman (MATI 2011). This year, the course included a large contingent of current MIIS students and alumni: Susana Piñón […] Continue reading