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«EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND 1984 Ph.D. Linguistics, University of Southern California. Fields of specialization: Written Discourse Analysis, Second ...»

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CURRICULUM VITAE

William Grabe

English Department, Box 6032 Office phone: (602) 523-6274

Northern Arizona University Home phone: (602) 526-3750

Flagstaff, AZ 86011

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

1984 Ph.D. Linguistics, University of Southern California. Fields of specialization: Written Discourse Analysis, Second Language Learning of Reading and Writing, Literacy, Teacher Training 1981 M.A. General Linguistics, University of Southern California.

1978 M.A. Applied Linguistics, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. Specializations in ESL Methods and Reading.

1972 B.A. History, Political Science, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana.

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

July 1 Vice President for Research, Northern Arizona University. Support the research enterprise at Northern 2012 Arizona University.

2008- Regents Professor – English Department, Northern Arizona University. Teach undergraduate, MA, and Pres PhD courses in second language reading and writing, literacy, psycholinguistics, and grammar.

1997- Professor - English Department, Northern Arizona University.

2008 2006- Interim Vice Provost for Research and Dean of Graduate Studies, Northern Arizona University. Support 2007 the research enterprise at Northern Arizona University and lead graduate studies.

2004- Executive Director of Academic Chair’s Council. Run Academic Chair’s Council meetings; support 2006 academic Chairs across campus in their work; liaison with higher administration.

1998- Chair - English Department, Northern Arizona University. Administrative responsibilities for the operation 2002 of the English Department.

1996- Associate Chair, English Department, Northern Arizona University. Serve as acting chair on occasion, 1998 develop departmental initiatives.

1989- Associate Professor - English Department, Northern Arizona University.

1997 1995 Faculty member at TESOL Institute, St Michael's College, VT. Taught courses in Second Language Reading Development and Written Discourse Analysis. July 1995.

1994 Faculty member at TESOL Institute, Iowa State University. Second Language Reading. July-August 1994.

1990 Senior Fulbright Lecturer - Catholic University, Rio de Janeiro. Taught graduate courses in contrastive rhetoric and applied linguistics research.

1 1984- Assistant Professor - English Department, Northern Arizona University.

1989 1988 Co-Director of 1988 TESOL Summer Institute, Northern Arizona University (with J. Jamieson).

1978- Teaching Assistant - University of Southern California. Taught ESL at the American Language Institute.

1983 1980- Senior Fulbright Lecturer - Shanghai Foreign Languages Institute, People's Republic of China.

1981 1973- Peace Corps Volunteer - Morocco. Taught EFL at all levels in Moroccan secondary schools.

1976

ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES - NAU

Vice President for Research, Northern Arizona University. (Beginning 7-1-2012) Report to the President on current research and research development at NAU Support the development of research activity at Northern Arizona University Promote grant activity on campus Develop technology transfer activity on campus Oversee internal grant programs on campus Oversee grant programs that are institutional agreements Develop new research initiatives and programs that build research capacity Oversee the budget for the Office of the Vice President for Research Report on research activity to the Arizona Board of Regents Promote and develop publicity for research achievements at NAU Supervise several offices and research areas on campus Office of Grants and Contract Services (OGCS) Office of Regulatory Compliance Institutional Review Board (Human subjects protection) Bilby IDEA Lab Ecological Restoration Institute Animal Research Laboratory NAU Greenhouse Participate on research boards at state and local levels Serve on several university committees and administrative searches Interim Vice Provost for Research and Dean of Graduate Studies, Northern Arizona University, 2006-2007.

Report to the Provost on research and graduate education activities on campus Support the development of research activity at Northern Arizona University Oversee all activities of the Graduate College Report on research activity to the Arizona Board of Regents and to the President’s Cabinet Supervise several offices and research areas on campus Participate on research boards at state and local levels Serve on several university committees and administrative searches Executive Director of Academic Chair’s Council, Northern Arizona University, 2004-2006.

Supervise monthly Chair’s Council meetings Lead monthly Chair’s Council Executive Committee meetings

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Chair - English Department, Northern Arizona University, 1998-2002.

Carry out administrative responsibilities for the operation of the English Department.

Support the scholarly activity of the Department Serve on several university and college committees Associate Chair, English Department, Northern Arizona University, 1996-1998.

Serve as acting chair on occasion Support the administrative work of the Department and the Chair Develop departmental initiatives

GRANTS AND AWARDS





Honorable mention, Best Applied Linguistics book of the year (2010), British Association for Applied Linguistics, for Reading in a Foreign Language: From theory to practice.

Co-PI - Developing graphic organizers for ESL reading comprehension instruction (PI, Xiangying Jiang, West Virginia University). Educational Testing Service. 2008-2009. Final report submitted to Educational Testing Service, July, 2009.

Recipient of 2005 AAAL (American Association for Applied Linguistics) Distinguished Scholarship and Service Award. 2005.

Recipient of David E. Eskey Award for Curriculum Innovation (with F. Stoller), California TESOL, for our book, Teaching and researching reading (Longman, 2002). 2004.

Recipient of courtesy resolution from the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), recognizing my work to build a $100,000 dollar endowment for graduate students to attend AAAL conferences. 2004.

Technology Development Grant - Northern Arizona University, Office of the Provost, for developing technology enhanced English instruction (with Geoff Chase). 1997.

AZTESOL 1996 Teacher of the Year Award - Arizona TESOL. 1996.

Significant Achievement Award - Ohio University, College of A&S. Outstanding Alumni Award. 1994.

Applied Research Grant - Northern Arizona University, for development of computerized writing classroom (with Joan Jamieson and Geoff Chase). 1994.

Academic Computer Services Grant - Northern Arizona University, for development of computerized writing classroom (with Joan Jamieson and Geoff Chase). 1994.

Telecommunications Services Grant - Northern Arizona University, for development of computerized writing classroom (with Joan Jamieson and Geoff Chase). 1994.

Applied Research Grant - Northern Arizona University, for research on variation in elementary student writing.

1993-1994.

Organized Research Grant - Northern Arizona University, for research on first and second language differences in student writing. 1991-1992, 1992-1993.

Organized Research Grant - Northern Arizona University, for research on elementary student writing difficulties. 1989-1990.

Senior Fulbright Lecturer - Catholic University, Rio de Janeiro. 1990.

Organized Research Grant - Northern Arizona University, for research on text structure of student writing. 1987.

Organized Research Grant - Northern Arizona University, for research the text structure of expository prose. 1986.

Morkovin Dissertation Fellowship - Graduate School, University of Southern California. 1983-1984.

Professional Associate Award - East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, September, 1983.

Senior Fulbright Lecturer - Shanghai Foreign Languages Institute, People's Republic of China. 1980-1981.

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Books and Monographs Teaching and researching reading. (with F. Stoller) (2nd ed.). New York: Longman. 2011.

Reading in a second language: Moving from theory to practice. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2009.

Teaching and researching reading. (with F. Stoller). New York: Longman. 2002.

TOEFL 2000 reading framework: A working paper. (with M. Enright, K. Koda, P. Mosenthal, P. Mulcahy-Ernt, & M. Schedl) Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service. [TOEFL Monograph Series MS—17.] 2000.

Toward a model of communicative language use in academic setting: TOEFL 2000. (with C. Chapelle, and M.

Berns). Princeton, NJ: ETS. [TOEFL Monograph Series MS 10.] 1997.

The theory and practice of writing. New York: Longman (with R. B. Kaplan). 1996.

Edited Volumes

Issues in discourse analysis, language policy, and language education. Essays in honor of Robert B. Kaplan. (with P. Bruthiaux, D. Atkinson, B. Eggington, V. Ramanathan). Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters. 2005.

Applied linguistics as an emerging discipline. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 20. New York: Cambridge University Press. (Series Editor.) 2000.

Issues in applied linguistics. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 19. New York: Cambridge University Press. (Series Editor.) 1999.

Foundations of second language teaching. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 18. New York: Cambridge University Press. (Series Editor.) 1998.

Multilingualism. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 17. New York: Cambridge University Press.

(Series Editor.) 1997.

Language and technology. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 16. New York: Cambridge University Press. (Series Editor.) 1996.

Issues in applied linguistics. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 15. New York: Cambridge University Press (Series Editor.) 1995.

Language policy and planning. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 14. New York: Cambridge University Press. (Series Editor.) 1994.

Issues in second language teaching and learning. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 13. New York:

Cambridge University Press. (Series Editor.) 1993.

Introduction to applied linguistics. (ed., with R. B. Kaplan). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. 1992.

Literacy. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 12. New York: Cambridge University Press. (Series Editor.) 1992.

Discourse analysis. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 11. New York: Cambridge University Press.

(Series Editor.) 1991.

Teaching second language reading for academic purposes. (co-edited with F. Dubin and D. Eskey, eds.) Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. 1986.

Journal Articles

Instructional enhancements to improve students’ reading abilities (with F. Stoller, N. Anderson, & R. Komiyama).

English Teaching Forum. In press.

Handbook articles: A defense of the synthesis article. Modern Language Journal, 95(4), 645-646. 2011.

The percentage of words known in a text and reading comprehension. (with N. Schmitt, and X. Jiang) Modern Language Journal, 95, 26-43, 2011.

Revising the MLA Report on reconfiguring foreign language programs: The role of reading. Reading in a Foreign language, 22 (Supplement 1), 11-14. 2010.

4 Fluency in Reading—Thirty-Five Years Later. Reading in a Foreign Language, 22. 71-83. 2010.

Issues in L2 Reading Research and Instruction. JACET Journal, 50, 1-7. 2010.

Teaching and applying Chemistry-specific writing skills using a simple, adaptable exercise (with M.

Robinson, F. Stoller and B. Horn). Journal of Chemical Education, 86, 45-49. 2008.

Graphic organizers in reading comprehension: Research findings and issues. (with X. Jiang). Reading in a Foreign Language, 19, 34-55. 2007.

Evaluative review in materials development. (with F. Stoller, B. Horn & M. Robinson). Journal of English for Academic Purpose, 5, 174-196. 2006.

Review of Insights into Second Language Reading by Keiko Koda (Review article). Reading in a Foreign Language, 18, 74-79. 2006.

Creating and validating assessment instruments for a discipline-specific writing course: An interdisciplinary approach. (with F. Stoller, B. Horn & M. Robinson). Journal of Applied Linguistics, 2, 75-104. 2005.

Applied linguistics in North America. AILA Review, 17. 97-126, 2005.

Research on L2 reading instruction. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 24. 44-69. 2004.

A modern history of written discourse analysis. (with R. Kaplan). Journal of Second Language Writing, 11, 191Foundations for L2 reading instruction. JALT Language Teacher, 10(7), 5-9, 2002.

Discourse comprehension and textual coherence. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. [Series S, No 16.]. 65appeared in 2002.) Action research as reflective teaching practice in the context of L2 reading classrooms. (with F. Stoller) SAALT Journal for Language Teachers, 35(2/3), 97-109. 2001.

Applied linguistics and the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics. (with R. Kaplan). Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 20. Applied linguistics as an emerging discipline. 3-17. 2000.

Reading in an ESP context: Dilemmas and possible solutions. ESP Malaysia, 4.2, 1-28. 1997.

Discourse analysis, coherence, and reading instruction. (with D. Gardner) Lenguas Modernas, 22, 69-88. 1995.

Discourse analysis and reading instruction. In T. Miller (ed.) Functional approaches to written text: Classroom applications. [Special issue of The Journal, 2.] 5-20. 1995.

Dilemmas for the development of second language reading abilities. Prospect, 10.2, 38-51. 1995.

The teaching of writing in the United States: Research and practice. In R.B. Kaplan (ed.) The teaching of writing in the Pacific Basin. [Special Issue of Journal of Asian-Pacific Communication. 5.1/2.] 125-138. 1995.

Resources for applied linguistics. TESOL Quarterly. (Review Article). 28, 195-205. 1994.

Spanish transfer effects in the English writing of elementary school students. (with R. Gilbert) Lenguas Modernas, 20, 113-131. 1993.

Multivariate approaches to contrastive rhetoric. (with P. Lux). Lenguas Modernas. 18, 35-54. 1992.

Current developments in reading in a second language. TESOL Quarterly, 25, 375-406. 1991 Current developments in written discourse analysis. Lenguas Modernas, 17, 35-56. 1990.



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