Five University of Findlay Graduates of the Masters of Arts in TESOL/Applied Linguistics have been selected from submission across the state to present their graduate thesis at Ohio TESOL’s first Graduate Student Research Symposium on June 25, 2021, from 4:00 – 7:00 P.M. This symposium will showcase a total of 19 graduate student research from across the state.
A call for proposals went out for graduate proposal submission from any graduate program in the area of TESOL, Applied Linguistics, or related field across the State of Ohio. Selected participants hailed from six universities: University of Findlay, Ohio University, Wright State University, Ohio Dominican University, The Ohio State University, and Ashland University.
Dr. Fennema-Bloom, Director of TESOL & Applied Linguistics at University of Findlay, was the thesis sponsor for the five UF students selected:
- Ali Alkhuwaildi (Graduated Spring 2021)
- Segmentation Structures: A structural analysis of the Imam Sajjad’s Monologue of Hopefuls
- Kevin J. Cullen Sr. (Graduated Spring 2021)
- The Power of Tweets: A Discourse Analysis of the 45th President’s use of Twitter
- Lamya Alkhathlan (Graduated Spring 2021)
- Language anxiety compulsory online instruction: A quantitative analysis of first-year university ESL Learners in Saudi Arabia during the Covid19 pandemic.
- Maha Azzazi (Fall 2020)
- Understanding the Implications of International Students’ Cultural Dimensions on Acculturative Stress
- Majed Hakami (Graduated Spring 2021)
- Explicit prosody intervention: a case study of performance and perceptions of Saudi ESL learners
For more information on the Symposium, or to register to watch the presentations of the graduate theses, visit the Ohio TESOL registration website.
To learn more about University of Findlay’s Masters of Arts in TESOL/Applied Linguistics Program, visit the Masters of Arts in TESOL/Applied Linguistics webpage or contact the Office of Admissions at 419-434-4732 or email@example.com.