Profiles in "Language and Culture" Expertise Area

  • Lambson serves as Project Director for the STEMSS CRUISE EL Project, an NPD grant-funded project, providing STEMSS-based professional development for Arizona teachers of English learners.
  • My research focuses on medieval Francophone culture (manuscripts, travel writing, visual culture).
  • Oh works on the cultural connection among East Asian societies, with particular foci on the language and the book.
  • His intellectual interests are broadly comparative and publications include 12 books in English and Spanish with three others translated in Spanish as well as more than 75 articles and chapters and received major awards.
  • Language is Begay-Kroupa's passion and she is an advocate on the importance of language revitalization.
  • Aguila is an Exercise and Wellness instructor with an interest in health coaching, worksite wellness, and the Hispanic community.
  • Dr. Catalina Cayetano's most recent work focuses on the interdependency of the (Im)migrant parent/child dialogic cultural relationship and the relational impacts of cultural intermediation in the technolinguistic experience.
  • Current areas of interest include intercultural communication, language and culture, and intergroup relations, especially as they relate to international-domestic student interactions and foreign language pedagogy.