Professor Richard Baldauf
Degrees: BA (Dickinson), MEd PhD ( Hawaii) , GDLangSt (WACAE)
Major areas of research: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL); Language and Language-in-Education Policy and Planning; Community and Second Language Learning and Teaching; Language, Culture and Education in the Pacific; Scientometrics: Language and Publication; Research Methodology
Telephone: (+ 61 7) 3365 6496
Dr Obaid Hamid (school of Education)
Degrees: MA in TESOL from Deakin University and PhD in Applied Linguistics from the University of Queensland
Major areas of research: English as a second/foreign language; English and English-in-education policy in the context of national development; social perspectives on second language acquisition; the sociology of English learning and language and migration.
DR Michael Harrington
Degrees: BA (International Christian University), MA ( Hawaii), PhD California ( Santa Cruz)
Major areas of research: Second language acquisition; applied psycholinguistics; text processing; on-line assessment of second language proficiency; Japanese as a second language; and computer-mediated second language acquisition.
Telephone: (+61 7) 3365 6719
Dr Noriko Iwashita
Degrees: BA (Kobe), Dip of Teaching (RMIT), BEd (La Trobe), MA, PhD (Melbourne)
Major areas of research: Second language acquisition (interlanguage analysis; input and interaction; role of instruction; effects of learner background), second language writing; language assessment, acquisition of Japanese as a second language.
Telephone: (+61 7) 3365 2381
Dr Tiina Lammervo
Degrees: Grad Cert (International Business) (Turku), Grad Dip (Teaching) (Hämeenlinna), MA (Turku), PhD (Applied Linguistics) (UQ)
Major areas of research: Language and culture contact, acculturation, bicultural identity, intercultural communication, bicultural competence.
Degrees: PhD (Bond University), Graduate Diploma of Computing (Monash University), Diploma in TEFL (with Distinction) (Royal Society of Arts), Postgraduate Diploma in Education (The University of Manchester), BSc (Mathematics) (The University of Manchester Institute of Science & Technology)
Major areas of research: The evolving use of new technologies in the teaching and learning of second or foreign languages, with a particular emphasis on pedagogy, design and evaluation.
Telephone: (+61 7) 3365 6896