Dr. Harrison Accepts Assistant Professorship at University of Tampa

Starting Fall, 2012, Marlen will teach in the Department of Englsh and Writing at the University of Tampa in west, central Florida. He will teach first-year writing courses primarily for international students, utilizing his education and experience in second language teaching and composition. Marlen is thrilled to be joining this dynamic and nationally renowned institution.

Visit the University of Tampa, http://ut.edu

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Dr. Harrison Accepts Assistant Professorship at University of Tampa

Starting Fall, 2012, Marlen will teach in the Department of Englsh and Writing at the University of Tampa in west, central Florida. He will teach first-year writing courses primarily for international students, utilizing his education and experience in second language teaching and composition. Marlen is thrilled to be joining this dynamic and nationally renowned institution.

Visit the University of Tampa, http://ut.edu

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  1. Greg Rouault says:

    Hi Marlen,

    I ran into Crystal Green at an Osaka JALT event last night and talk again about far fewer than 6 degrees of separation as her research is related to what a colleague of mine is working on with his PhD studies at Temple in Japan into teacher self-efficacy (Max Praver maxpraver@mac.com).

    Getting into Crystal’s blog allowed me to come across yours and the details on
    a) the Writing Innovation study that has some parallels with an investigation into genre-based writing and the use/support/mediation through ICT that I am working on with a Souken Grant from Konan University – now in our second year. Thanks for sharing.
    b) your new job… Congratulations… What you finally thought the Rays have a good enough baseball team to do some damage in the American League East?

    Again all the best and happy to have you in my crossing paths,

    Greg
    greg@center.konan-u.ac.jp

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