Awards

CATESOL Honors John Liang for Outstanding Service

Dec 22nd, 2016 | By
sadae iwataki 2016 winner John Liang and former winners

CATESOL congratulates John Liang, the 2016 winner of the Sadae Iwataki Award. The award, often called a lifetime achievement award, honors outstanding service to CATESOL. Pictured with John are former awardees (from left, front row) Judy O’Loughlin, Susan Gaer, Natalie Kuhlman, the winner John, Katheryn Garlow, and Lydia Stack; (back row) Karen Dennis, Dan Fichtner,
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CATESOL Presents Host of Awards to Members, Teachers, Students

Dec 22nd, 2016 | By

—In addition to the Sadae Iwataki Award, CATESOL and its levels presented a number of awards at CATESOL 2016. See below for the complete list of winners and sponsors. The CATESOL Education Foundation has also announced a new award for the 2017, the Ron Lee Technology Award. See right-hand column, Inside CATESOL, for details or
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CATESOL 2016 Awards: The List

Dec 22nd, 2016 | By

Award for CATESOL Members Rick Sullivan Stipend Sponsored by CATESOL Award Recipient: Ninet Aghasatourian, graduate student at California Polytechnic University, Pomona Awards for ESL Teachers Adult Level Kareen Kjelstrup Professional Development Scholarship Sponsored by Cambridge University Press Award recipient: Karen Lang, West Contra Costa Adult Education Award recipient: Susana Wani, West Contra Costa Adult Education
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Monica Snow: 2013-2014 Sadae Iwataki Award Winner

Dec 20th, 2014 | By
image of Monica Snow and Ellen Lange for feature art

By ELLEN LANGE —An award with no essay attached! The Sadae Iwataki Award is based on outstanding service to CATESOL and is named after Sadae Iwataki, who served as CATESOL President in 1981–1982. This year, our exhibits coordinator for the past six years, Monica Snow, the assistant director of California State University, Fullerton’s American Language
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So, Transitions: Linking Adverbial Use of ESL Students (Retrospective)

Dec 20th, 2014 | By

By GRAHAM ANDERSON —Being an information and data junkie, I gravitated toward corpus linguistics when I first encountered the topic in graduate school and began playing with various tools available online for recreational research purposes as well as application in the classroom. It was not until my final semester that my schedule allowed me to
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CATESOL 2014 Award Winners

Dec 20th, 2014 | By

CATESOL would like to congratulate the following individuals, who were presented awards at the 2014 Annual Conference in Santa Clara: Elementary Level Professional Development Scholarship Sponsored by Pearson ELL Solutions Award Recipient: Tonya Andrews, Modesto City Schools Adult Level Professional Development Scholarship Sponsored by Cambridge University Press Award Recipient: Cynthia Eagleton, San Mateo Adult School
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Apply Now for Annual Conference Awards

May 16th, 2014 | By

2014 CATESOL Graduate Student Research Contest The University of Michigan Press and CATESOL are pleased to encourage new work by graduate students in applied linguistics and language education by hosting a contest for outstanding research. We invite submissions of papers on research-based language policy, classroom-based research, and action research. Submission deadline is June 20, 2014.
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