The Graduate Students of Language at Temple (GSOLT) invite you to our 7th annual Language, Linguistics, and Life Conference. This student-run conference is a forum for graduate and undergraduate students to present their research in a supportive environment conducive to professional and scholarly development. This year’s theme explores language use across social and technological contexts.
Dr. Margaret E. Malone (Ph.D., Georgetown University) is Director of the Assessment and Evaluation Language Resource Center (AELRC) and Research Professor at Georgetown. She is also Director of the Center for Assessment, Research and Development at ACTFL. She has nearly three decades of experience in language test development, materials development, delivery of professional development and teacher training through both online and face-to-face methods, data collection and survey research, and program evaluation.
Dr. Paul David Toth is an associate professor of applied linguistics in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Temple University, where he teaches the SPAN 8985 seminar in foreign language teaching as part of TLC’s Teaching in Higher Education certificate. He has been a member of the TLC faculty since 2010. Paul Toth’s research on classroom Spanish instruction has twice been awarded the Paul Pimsleur Award for research excellence from the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.
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This conference is organized by GSOLT and sponsored by Student Activities at Temple University, Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER Temple), Dr. Augusto Lorenzino, the Shimada Fund from Temple TESOL Program, and Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Temple University.