A senior graduating in global communication with five additional minors receives two prestigious college awards.
Maria Luisa Spicer Escalante and Karin deJonge Kannan, editors Perspectives on Effective Teaching in DLI and Foreign Language Classrooms | Languages
Karin Dejonge-Kannan, principal lecturer and co-director of Master of Second Language Teaching/Linguistics
Maria Luisa Spicer-Escalante, professor of Linguistics and Spanish
Perspectives on Effective Teaching in DLI and Foreign Language Classrooms
Edited collection: USU Digital Commons
This is the second volume of the Selected Papers from the John Lackstrom Linguistics Symposium. The Lackstrom Symposium, which is conducted every fall, is named in honor of Jack Lackstrom (1943-2016), one of the founders of the Master of Second Language Teaching (MSLT) program in the Department of Languages, Philosophy and Communication Studies. Lackstrom retired in 2011 after a 40-year career. According to a forward in this new volume, Lackstrom "was an exemplary model of how to mentor students and how to collaborate with colleagues."
The collection of papers is offered in the open-access repository of USU's Digital Commons. According to the forward, "Since it's publicatin in 2015, this volume has been accessed free of charge by many readers in dozens of countries. Thus, Dr. Lackstrom's influence continues around the world."