LINGUIST List 28.4584

Thu Nov 02 2017

Support: Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis: PhD, Utah State University

Editor for this issue: Clare Harshey <clarelinguistlist.org>


Date: 31-Oct-2017
From: Sarah Braden <sarah.bradenusu.edu>
Subject: Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis: PhD, Utah State University, USA
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Department: School of Teacher Education and Leadership
Web Address: http://www.teal.usu.edu/

Level: PhD

Institution/Organization: Utah State University

Duties: Research

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis


Description:

Fully-Funded Research Assistantships for Doctoral Students in Education
As part of a new initiative to expand graduate studies at Utah State University (USU), select faculty in the School of Teacher Education and Leadership (TEAL) currently have funding available to support three, full-time doctoral students in the following research areas:
- critical and racialized issues in education
- social studies education
- equity-oriented teacher education
- instructional leadership
- dual language education
- culturally responsive instruction
- English language education in K-12 (TESOL/ESL)
- equity for English learners in STEM disciplines
- second language socialization in schools and/or family and community settings

Students with one or more of the above interests must be admitted to the Ph.D. program in Education in the School of Teacher Education and Leadership. Doctoral students may select from one of the following concentrations: Cultural Studies, Instructional Leadership, Literacy Education and Leadership, Mathematics Education and Leadership, Science Education, or Career and Technical Education.

Research assistants will collaborate with USU faculty on research, develop their own research agenda, and if desired, engage in departmental teaching. The research assistantships include a salary of approximately $1700 per month (with pro-rated amounts for partial months), tuition awards for the fall and spring semesters, and health benefits at a subsidized rate.

For more information on the application requirements for the doctoral program in the School of Teacher Education and Leadership at Utah State University, please visit https://teal.usu.edu/graduate/phd/phd-education.
For questions regarding research assistantships please contact the following faculty members:

Dr. Sarah K. Braden (sarah.bradenusu.edu): English language education in K-12 (TESOL/ESL), equity for language learners in STEM, second language socialization in schools and/or family and community settings

Dr. Andrea M. Hawkman (andrea.hawkmanusu.edu): critical and racialized issues in education, social studies education, equity-oriented teacher education

Dr. Alyson L. Lavigne (alyson.lavigneusu.edu): instructional leadership, dual language education, culturally responsive instruction

Applications Deadline: 01-Feb-2018

Web Address for Applications: http://www.teal.usu.edu/graduate/phd/phd-admissions

Contact Information:
        Dr. Sarah Braden
        sarah.bradenusu.edu

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