Wendy Martelle

Term Assistant Professor of Linguistics
PhD University of Pittsburgh 2011
Second Language Acquisition, Russian Linguistics, and Tense-Aspect Morphology
Brooks 306D and Gruening 866

Wendy Martelle is an assistant professor of English and Linguistics, and is coordinator of the ESL Program at UAF.   She received her PhD in Applied Linguistics/Second Language Acquisition with TESOL Certification from the University of Pittsburgh in 2011.   She teaches courses relating to second language acquisition and teaching, and the English language for second language teaching.   Her research and scholarly interests are in individual differences in second language acquisition and the acquisition of tense-aspect morphology.  

B.A., International Studies & Russian, Dickinson College 1995
M.A., Russian Philology, Moscow State University 2002
M.A., Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh 2005
PhD, Applied Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh, 2011
Areas of Expertise: Second Language Acquisition, TESOL, English & Russian Linguistics, Individual Differences in Second Language Learning, L2 Acquisition of Tense-Aspect Morphology
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