TESOL International’s Intercultural Communication Interest Section Webinar: Emerging Trends in Intercultural Research

Please join TESOL International’s Intercultural Communication Interest Section for a free webinar that brings together six doctoral students in a quick series of 5-minute “lightning talks” in which they present their intercultural research. This event is open to member and non-members of TESOL.

Title: “Emerging Trends in Intercultural Research”
Date: Friday, September 24, 2021, 12-1 p.m. EST
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Nino Chachanidze is an invited EFL lecturer at Ilia State University, PhD doctoral student, Leading teacher at public school #21 in Rustavi, Georgia.
Soyoung Sarah Han is a PhD candidate in second language education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education, Pennsylvania State University.
Hamza R’boul is a PhD candidate in the Department of Humanities and Education Sciences at the Public University of Navarre. He is also an affiliated researcher with I-COMMUNITAS – Institute for Advanced Social Research.
Amanda Swearingen, M.A. is a doctoral student in the Second Language Education program in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Minnesota.
Ngoc Tung is a doctoral student at The University at Albany. His research interests cover intercultural communication and higher education English learners.
Michael Winans is a doctoral candidate in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics and a Teaching Associate at Arizona State University (ASU).

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