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SUA Graduate School Alumni - Professional Activities and Accomplishments

Conference Presentations:

Michael Riley (Class of 1996) with Maiko Katherine Nakano (Class of 2000)
“Communicative Activities for Low-level EFL Classrooms”
LaoTESOL Conference 2003
Vientiane, Laos, January 28, 2003

Michael Riley (Class of 1996) with Maiko Katherine Nakano (Class of 2000)
“Getting Students to Participate through Communicative Activities”
LaoTESOL Conference 2004
Vientiane, Laos, February 3, 2004

Michael Riley (Class of 1996)
“Content-based Courses for Advanced Students in EFL” 
CamTESOL 2008
Phnom Penh, Cambodia, February 2008 

Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997) with Malcolm Daugherty (Class of 2001)
“Projects: A Language Learning Goldmine” 
ThaiTESOL 2004
Khon Kaen, Thailand, January 2004

Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997) with Malcolm Daugherty (Class of 2001)
“Projects: A Language Learning Goldmine” 
LaoTESOL 2004
Vientiane, Laos, February 2004
 
Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997) with Malcolm Daugherty (Class of 2001)
“Learning by Doing: A Case for Project-Based Learning”
Thirteenth International Symposium on English Teaching 2004
Taipei, Taiwan, November 2004

Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997) with Malcolm Daugherty (Class of 2001)
“Project-Based Classes: Learning Content by Doing”
Annual Conference of the Japan Association of Language Teachers (JALT) 2004
Nara, Japan, November 2004

Noreen E. Pontillas (Class of 1999) 
“CUREXO: Capitol University’s Response to Building a Research  Community” 
International Conference on Research in Higher Education Institutions
Cebu, Philippines, October 24-26, 2007

Pamela Yamamoto Ireland (Class of 1999) with Malcolm Daugherty (Class of 2001)
“Songs and Music in the EFL Classroom”
LaoTESOL International Conference 2003
Vientiane, Laos, January 2003

Pamela Yamamoto Ireland (Class of 1999) 
“Supporting International Students in Times of Crisis”
CATESOL 40th Annual State Conference 
Los Angeles, California, USA, April 2009

Pamela Yamamoto Ireland (Class of 1999) 
“Supporting International Students in Times of Crisis”
NAFSA 2009 Annual  Conference & Expo
Los Angeles, California, USA, May 2009

Vandana Jain (Class of 2000)
“Using the Internet to Teach English”
International E-learning Conference for Teacher Education organised by Faculty of Education
Delhi University, India, February 28th, 2007

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)

“Instruction on Relative Clause Formation: Is There Evidence of Learning Without Attention?”
J-SLA Annual Conference 2002
Tokyo, Japan

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)

“Rethinking the Role of Attention during SLA: Beyond Capacity” 
J-SLA Summer Seminar 2002
Tokyo, Japan

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)

“Instruction on Relative Clause Formation, Markedness Generalization and the Role of Individual Differences in Language Aptitude”
Eisenkyo Annual Conference 2003
Tokyo, Japan

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“Implicational Generalization of English Relativization and Individual Differences in Language Aptitude”
J-SLA Annual Conference 2003
Tokyo, Japan

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“Instruction on Relative Clause Formation: Aptitude Complexes”
AAAL Annual Conference 2004 
Portland, OR

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“The Effect of Increasing Task Complexity along +/- Here-and-Now Dimension on L2 Written Narrative Discourse”
J-SLA Annual Conference 2005
Tokyo, Japan

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“The Effect of Increasing Task Complexity along the [±Here-and-Now] Dimension on L2 Written Narrative Discourse”
Eisenkyo Annual Conference 2005
Tokyo, Japan

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“The Effect of Increasing Task Complexity along +/- Here-and-Now Dimension on L2 Written Narrative Discourse” 
SLRF Annual Conference 2005
New York, NY

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“The Effect of [+/- intentional reasoning] on L2 Monologic Speech Production”
Aoyama Lunchtime Linguistics 2007
Tokyo, Japan

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“The Effect of Intentional Reasoning Demands on L2 Oral Production”
AAAL Annual Conference 2007
Costa Mesa, CA

Maiko Katherine Nakano (Class of 2000) with Michael Riley (Class of 1996)

“Communicative Activities for Low-level EFL Classrooms”
LaoTESOL Conference 2003
Vientiane, Laos, January 28, 2003

Maiko Katherine Nakano (Class of 2000) with Michael Riley (Class of 1996)

 “Getting Students to Participate through Communicative Activities”
LaoTESOL Conference 2004
Vientiane, Laos, February 3, 2004

Malcolm Daugherty (Class of 2001) with Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997) 
“Projects: A Language Learning Goldmine” 
ThaiTESOL 2004
Khon Kaen, Thailand, January 2004

Malcolm Daugherty (Class of 2001) with Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997) 
“Projects: A Language Learning Goldmine” 
LaoTESOL 2004
Vientiane, Laos, February 2004
 
Malcolm Daugherty (Class of 2001) with Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997) 
“Learning by Doing: A Case for Project-Based Learning”
Thirteenth International Symposium on English Teaching 2004
Taipei, Taiwan, November 2004

Malcolm Daugherty (Class of 2001) with Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997) 
“Project-Based Classes: Learning Content by Doing”
Annual Conference of the Japan Association of Language Teachers (JALT) 2004
Nara, Japan, November 2004

Masae Yokota (Class of 2002) with Izumi Kanzaka
“Fostering EAP Learners with Internationally Acceptable Reading Skills” 
ThaiTESOL Pan-Asian Consortium International Conference 2007
Bangkok, Thailand, January 28, 2007

Ingita Panda (Class of 2004) with Richmond Stroupe
“Improving Communicative Opportunities through Pair, Group and Project Work” 
CamTESOL Conference 2006
Phnom Penh, Cambodia, February 25-16, 2006

Ingita Panda (Class of 2004) with Richmond Stroupe
“Improving Communicative Opportunities through Pair, Group and Project Work” 
LaoTESOLConference 2006
Vientiane, Laos, February 5, 2006 

Ingita Panda (Class of 2004) with Richmond Stroupe
“A Framework for Facilitating the Teaching of Culture in the ESL Classroom”
ThaiTESOL Pan-Asian Consortium International Conference 2007
Bangkok, Thailand, January 28, 2007

Ingita Panda (Class of 2004) with Richmond Stroupe
“Teaching Culture in the EFL Classroom”
CamTESOL Conference 2007
Phnom Penh, Cambodia, February 2007 

Ingita Panda (Class of 2004) with Richmond Stroupe
“Successfully Addressing Changes in English Language Teaching “
Philippines Association for Language Teaching (PALT) International Conference 2007
Manila, Philippines, December 2007

Ingita Panda (Class of 2004) with Richmond Stroupe
“Students, Curricula and Language Teaching Professionals: Recent Changes and Future Challenges”
ThaiTESOL Conference 2008 (abstract submitted)

Ingita Panda (Class of 2004) with Richmond Stroupe
“Graduating Globally Competitive Students: The Role of the EFL Teacher and Curriculum” 
CamTESOL Conference 2008 (abstract submitted)

Shinichi Jason Yamamoto (Class of 2003) with Yukiko Ishikawa (Class of 2005) with Daniel Sasaki (Class of 2005) 
"Integrating Critical Thinking Skills into the EFL Classroom"
CamTESOL 2007
Phnom Pehn, Cambodia, 24-25 February 2007

Chingting Chen (Class of 2005)
“Why Does My English Writing Sound So Chinese?”
CATESOL State Conference 2006
San Francisco, USA, April 8, 2006

Chingting Chen (Class of 2005)

“Contrastive Rhetoric in Action: Helping Chinese write English”
Symposium on Second Language Writing 2007
Nagoya, Japan, September 15, 2007

Yukiko Ishikawa (Class of 2005) with Daniel Sasaki (Class of 2005) and Shinichi Jason Yamamoto (Class of 2003)
"Integrating Critical Thinking Skills into the EFL Classroom"
CamTESOL 2007
Phnom Pehn, Cambodia, 24-25 February 2007

Daniel Sasaki (Class of 2005) with Shinichi Jason Yamamoto (Class of 2003) and Yukiko Ishikawa (Class of 2005) 
"Integrating Critical Thinking Skills into the EFL Classroom"
CamTESOL 2007
Phnom Pehn, Cambodia, 24-25 February 2007

Megumi Oda (Class of 2006)
“Thinking Critically about Critical Thinking in TESOL: East vs. West”
Asia TEFL International Conference 2007
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 2007

Megumi Oda (Class of 2006)
"Thinking Critically about L2 Critical Thinking"
Annual Conference of the Japan Association of Language Teachers (JALT) 2007
Tokyo, Japan, November 2007



Publications:

Kyoko Akitaya (Class of 1995) with C. J. Yeh et al.
“The Cultural Negotiation of Korean Immigrant Youth”
Journal of Counseling Psychology, Spring 2005 

Michael Riley (Class of 1996)
“Appreciating Cultural Disparities: Communicative Styles of Japanese and Americans”
Tokai University Foreign Language Center Monograph Series, Volume 7, March 2005.

Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997)
Translation of "Gandhism and Buddhism: A Modern Perspective" by Y. Kawada
Journal of Oriental Studies,14. 2004.

Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997)
Translation of "The Starting Point of Eastern Thought in the 21st Century" by Y. Kawada,
Journal of Oriental Studies,15. 2005.

Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997) with D. Matsuoka
Translation of "The Buddhist Concept of the Human Being: From the Viewpoint of the Philosophy of the Soka Gakkai" by M. Matsuoka,
Journal of Oriental Studies, 15. 2005.

Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997)
Translation of "Humanity, Earth and the Universe: A Viewpoint of Mahayana Buddhism" by Y.  Kawada
Journal of Oriental Studies, 16. 2006.

Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997)
Translation of "On the Significance of the India-Japan Joint Symposium" by Y. Kawada
Journal of Oriental Studies, 16. 2006.

Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997)
Translation of "A Vision of Peace in the Lotus Sutra" by Y. Kawada
Journal of Oriental Studies,17. 2007.

Shinichi Hashimoto (Class of 1997)
Contributing Author in the Teacher’s Guide to Screenplay, English Course I, a Ministry of Education-approved Senior High School Textbook for the studying of English (4 skills) 2007.

Christopher Brizzard (Class of 1999) with Maiko Katherine Nakano (Class of 2000)
“A Crash Course in Writing: From Sentences to Essays”
Morrisville, NC: Lulu Press. 2005.


Noreen E. Pontillas (Class of 1999)
“Nonnative English Professionals: Current Issues and Concerns”
Journal of Soka Women's College, 28, 67-94. December 2000.

Noreen E. Pontillas (Class of 1999) 
“Standard English and the Native-Nonnative Dichotomy: Issues and Concerns” 
Capitol Journal for Culture and Society, Capitol Institute for Research and Extension, Capitol University, 2003.

Noreen E. Pontillas (Class of 1999) with Numer G. Escalante, Jr.
“Shipboard Training Performance of the Capitol University – Maritime Education Program Cadets, SY 2002-2003”
Capitol Institute for Research and Extension, Capitol University, 2004.

Noreen E. Pontillas (Class of 1999) 
“English Anyone?”
The CATALYST, Newsletter of the Capitol University Graduate School, 2004.

Noreen E. Pontillas (Class of 1999) with Francis Thaise A. Cimene
"Oral Proficiency of the Capitol University Faculty Teaching English" 
REXO Paper # 2, Research and Extension Office, Capitol University, 2005.

Noreen E. Pontillas (Class of 1999) 
“Comparative Analysis of the Shipboard Training Performance of the Capitol University Maritime Education Program Cadets, SY 2002-2005”
REXO Paper # 9, Research and Extension Office, Capitol University, 2006.

Noreen E. Pontillas (Class of 1999) with Jay W. Josue
“Post-Apprenticeship Computer-Based Examination of the Capitol University Maritime Education Program Cadets: Performance and Problems”
REXO Paper #14, Research and Extension Office, Capitol University, 2007

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“Review of the Book Individual Differences and Instructed Language Learning” 
English Teachers' Magazine, 51, 96. 2003.

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“On Utilities of JACET 8000 in Modifying Reading Materials” 
How to Make the Best of JACET 8000 (pp. 20-21). JACET 2004.

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000) with Sunao Shimizu and Mami Ueda

"Motivation" 
JACET SLA SIG (Eds.), 
The Bibliographical Guide to Second Language Acquisition.
Tokyo: Kaitakusha Publishers, 2005.


Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000) with Fujiko Sano

"Attention and Cognition" 
JACET SLA SIG (Eds.), The Bibliographical Guide to Second Language Acquisition.
Tokyo: Kaitakusha Publishers, 2005.

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“Investigating the Relationship between Structural Complexity Indices of EFL Writing and Language Proficiency: A Task-Based Approach”
JACET Bulletin, 41, 51-60. 2005.

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000) with Maiko Nakano (Class of 2000) and Keiko Shimizu (Class of 2000)

“Language Aptitude and Instruction on Relative Clause Formation”
Journal of Soka Women's College, 35, 97-111. 2005.

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“Review of the Book Mind and Context in Adult Second Language Acquisition: Methods, Theory, and Practice” 
Language and Education, 20, 441-445. 2006.

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)

“The Effects of Task Complexity and Language Proficiency on Task-Based Language Performance” 
The Journal of Asia TEFL, 3, 193-225. 2006.

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“The Effect of Increasing Task Complexity along the [±Here-and-Now] Dimension on L2 Written Narrative Discourse” 
In Maria del Pilar Garcia Mayo (Ed.), 
Investigating Tasks in Formal Language Learning
Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters, 2007.

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“On Learner Uptake: Manipulable Sources of Variation, Motivating Factors, and Psycholinguistic Processes” 
Thought Currents in English Literature, 79, 9-24. 2007.

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000) with Junko Okada et al.
“Teaching Vocabulary Through Four Skills” 
Tokyo: ALC Publishers (in press)


Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“Intentional Reasoning and Second Language Speech Production” 
Thought Currents in English Literature, 80, xx-xx. February, 2008 (in press)

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000) with Maiko Nakano (Class of 2000) and Keiko Shimizu (Class of 2000)

“Task Complexity Manipulation and Second Language Aptitude” 
Journal of Soka Women's College, 37, xx-xx. March, 2008 (in press)

Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)

“Do Differing Levels of Task Difficulty Influence the Effect of Task Complexity? 
Aoyama Gakuin University Working Papers, 49, xx-xx, February. 2008 (in press)

Maiko Katherine Nakano (Class of 2000) 
“Cultural miscommunications and Misunderstandings between Japanese and North Americans”
Soka Women's College Journal, 34, 181-190. 2004

Maiko Katherine Nakano (Class of 2000) with Christopher Brizzard (Class of 1999)
“A Crash Course in Writing: From Sentences to Essays”
Morrisville, NC: Lulu Press. 2005


Maiko Katherine Nakano (Class of 2000) with Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000) and Keiko Shimizu (Class of 2000)
 “Language Aptitude and Instruction on Relative Clause Formation”
Journal of Soka Women's College, 35, 97-111. 2005.

Maiko 
Katherine Nakano (Class of 2000) with Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000) and Keiko Shimizu (Class of 2000)
“Task Complexity Manipulation and Second Language Aptitude” 
Journal of Soka Women's College, 37, xx-xx. March, 2008 (in press)

Keiko Shimizu (Class of 2000) with Maiko Nakano (Class of 2000) and Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000) 
 “Language Aptitude and Instruction on Relative Clause Formation”
Journal of Soka Women's College, 35, 97-111. 2005.

Keiko Shimizu (Class of 2000) with Maiko Nakano (Class of 2000) and Tomohito Ishikawa (Class of 2000)
“Task Complexity Manipulation and Second Language Aptitude” 
Journal of Soka Women's College, 37, xx-xx. March, 2008 (in press)

 Masakazu Mishima (Class of 2003)
“Teaching Experience and Linguistic Proficiency in Language Teaching”
TESOL NNEST Newsletter, Volume 10 Number 2, December 2008.

Yumiko Kamie Boecher (Class of 2004)
“Native and Nonnative English-Speaking Teacher Distinctions: From Dichotomy to Collaboration”
CATESOL Journal, 17.1, 67-75.  2005.

Ingita Panda (Class of 2004) with Richmond Stroupe

“Improving Communicative Opportunities through Pair, Group and Project Work,”
CamTESOL Journal (under review)

Chingting Chen (Class of 2005)

“Why Does My English Writing Sound So Chinese?”
Proceedings of the CATESOL State Conference 2006
June 2006.


Chingting Chen (Class of 2005)

“Contrastive Rhetoric in Action: Helping Chinese Write English”
Proceedings of the Symposium on Second Language Writing
September 2007.


Megumi Oda (Class of 2006)
“Thinking Critically about Critical Thinking in TESOL: East vs. West”
Journal of Asia TEFL
Spring, 2008



Advanced or Additional Degrees:

•    Antioch University, Seattle, WA – MA, Education & Teaching Certificate (2008)
•    Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan – PhD, Applied Linguistics (2008)
•    Auckland University, New Zealand – PhD Candidate, Applied Linguistics
•    Capitol University, Philippines – PhD Candidate, Educational Management
•    Columbia University Teachers College, NY – EdD Candidate, Instructional Technology & Media
•    Columbia University Teachers College, NY – EdM Candidate, International Educational Development
•    Columbia University Teachers College, NY – EdM, Counseling Psychology (2003)
•    Columbia University, NY – MA, Japanese Pedagogy (2002)
•    Columbia University, NY – MA, Japanese Pedagogy (2008)
•    Cornell University, NY – PhD Candidate, Botany
•    New York University, NY – MA, Applied Linguistics (2009)
•    Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN – PhD Candidate, Applied Linguistics
•    San Jose State University, CA – MLIS, Library and Information Science (2002)
•    Temple University, Tokyo, Japan – EdD Candidate, TESOL
•    Temple University, Tokyo, Japan – EdD Candidate, TESOL
•    Temple University, Tokyo, Japan – EdD Candidate, TESOL
•    University of Hawaii, HI – MEd, Educational Foundations (2007)
•    University of Houston, TX  – PhD, Political Science (2006)
•    University of Pennsylvania, PA – MA Candidate, Intercultural Communication

Past and Current Positions Held by Alumni [partial list]:

    Beijing Foreign Studies University, China – Associate Professor of English
•    Bergen Community College, NJ – Japanese language instructor
•    Bharat Soka Gakkai, New Delhi, India – Japanese translator
•    Boston School of Modern Languages, MA – ESL/Spanish instructor
•    Burbank Adult School, CA – ESL instructor
•    Callifornia State Northridge (CSUN), CA – English instructor
•    Capitol University, Philippines – Assistant Professor and Research Associate
•    CCAA, Brazil – School Principal
•    Centro de Ensino Superior de Rondonopolis, Brazil – Professor of English
•    Chi-Ying Senior High School, Taiwan – English teacher
•    English Language Teaching Centre, British Council, India – English instructor 
•    Euroscuola/Oxford Institutes Italiani, Padova, Italy – English instructor
•    Fifth Commercial High School, Kunitachi, Tokyo, Japan – English teacher
•    Florida Tech, FL – ESL instructor
•    Glendale Community College, CA – ESL instructor
•    Harmony Press, Taipei, Taiwan – Editor
•    Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee (HANAC), NY – ESOL teacher 
•    Higashi High School, Saitama, Japan – English teacher
•    Hoffman Agency, Tokyo, Japan – Account Director
•    HSBC E-learning Centre of Excellence, Vancouver, Canada –Instructional Design Lead
•    Indiana University, IN – ESL instructor
•    Institute of Real English (IRE), Seoul, Korea – Owner-Director
•    Interac Co. Ltd., Iwate, Japan – Teacher
•    International House, Lisbon, Portugal – English instructor
•    J.D. Power and Associates, CA – Director
•    Japan Society, London, UK – Translator 
•    Kanda University of International Studies, Japan – Learning Advisor 
•    Kansai Soka Elementary School, Osaka, Japan – English teacher
•    Kansai Soka High School, Osaka, Japan – English teacher 
•    Kijoon English School, Seoul, Korea – English instructor
•    Kumon School, Singapore - Teacher
•    Lexington County School District 2, SC – Middle school teacher
•    Lui Ming Choi Lutheran College, Hong Kong – Head of English Department
•    Makalapa Elementary School, HI – Teacher
•    Meadowbrook School, RI – ESL/Spanish instructor
•    Mission College, Sylmar, CA – ESL instructor
•    Mt. San Antonio Community College, CA – Japanese instructor
•    Musashi University, Tokyo, Japan – English instructor 
•    National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan – English instructor
•    Okunakayama Elementary School, Iwate, Japan – English teacher
•    Osaka Sangyo University of Los Angeles (OSULA), CA – Teacher 
•    Otsuma Women's College, Tokyo, Japan – English instructor
•    Oxnard College, CA – ESL instructor
•    Pearson, K-12 publisher, CA – Account Executive 
•    Pearson, K-12 publisher, CA – Educational Trainer
•    Pierce College Economic and Workforce Development, CA – Instructor 
•    Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Oita, Japan – English instructor
•    Saitama prefectural government, Japan – English-language instructor
•    San Francisco Unified School District, CA – Elementary school teacher
•    Sarasas Witaed Suvarnabhumi School, Thailand – Language teacher 
•    SGI Brazil, Sao Paulo, Brazil - Translator
•    SGI Newsletter, Tokyo, Japan – Editor
•    SGI-UN Liaison Office, NY – President, Committee of Religious NGOs at the UN
•    SGI-USA, Santa Monica, CA – Publication editor
•    SGI-USA, Santa Monica, CA – Translator 
•    Simon Fraser University, Canada – English instructor
•    Singapore Japanese Secondary School, Singapore – Department Head
•    SISA English Institute, Seoul, Korea – English instructor
•    Soka Kindergarten, Sao Paulo, Brazil – English teacher
•    Soka University of America, CA – English Language Programs Coordinator
•    Soka University of America, CA – ESL instructor
•    Soka University of America, CA – Head Librarian
•    Soka University of America, CA – Japanese instructor
•    Soka University, Tokyo, Japan – English instructor
•    Soka University, Tokyo, Japan – Freshman English Coordinator
•    Soka University, Tokyo, Japan – Lecturer
•    Soka University, Tokyo, Japan – World Language Center manager
•    Soka Women's College, Tokyo, Japan – English instructor
•    Soka Women's College, Tokyo, Japan – Lecturer
•    Tokyo Soka Elementary School, Tokyo, Japan – English teacher
•    Tokyo Soka High School, Tokyo, Japan – English teacher
•    Tokyo Soka Junior High School, Tokyo, Japan – English teacher
•    Tsuru Bunka University, Tokyo, Japan – Lecturer
•    UCLA Extension, CA – ESL instructor
•    University of California, Santa Barbara, CA – ESL instructor
•    University of Central Arkansas, AR – Assistant Professor of Political Science
•    University of Central Arkansas, AR – ESL Instructor
•    University of Southern California (USC), CA – Assistant Director
•    University of Texas at Arlington, TX – ERP Technical Analyst 
•    Ventura College, CA – ESL instructor
•    Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russia – Japanese instructor
•    Wat Suthiwararam Public High School, Bangkok, Thailand – English teacher
•    Whittier College, CA – ESL instructor
•    William Paterson University, NJ – Japanese language instructor

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