NEW Graduate Student Working Group for Foreign Language Research and Teaching (FLRT)

September 14, 2017
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In spring 2017, five graduate students from different language departments at OSU founded the Graduate Student Working Group for Foreign Language Research and Teaching (FLRT). Their goal is to foster collaboration between graduate students in the language departments who are interested in SLA and FL Research and Teaching. They will create options for professional enhancement such as reading circles, presentations, discussions, and workshops and discuss trends and issues in Foreign Language Research and Teaching.

The working group is officially registered as student organization with OSU Student Activities.

Interested graduate students are invited to join FLRT as a regular member. All members will be invited to discussion seminars, workshops, presentations, symposiums, and administrative meetings and will gain the right to run and vote for offices. Discussion seminars, presentations, and symposiums are also open to non-FLRT-members.

Events for Fall 2017 will be on Mondays 4 – 5:30 pm

▪  9/11: Discussion Seminar on Douglas Fir Group's Transdisciplinary Framework

(Hagerty Hall 145)

▪ 10/2: Workshop on IRB in FL Research and Teaching

(Research Commons, 18th Ave. Library)

▪  11/6: Discussion Seminar on (Mixed) Methods in SL/FL Research

(Hagerty Hall 145)

Please contact Gina Wrobel (wrobel.31@osu.edu) if you’re interested in becoming a FLRT-member and/or for further information on their organization and events.

*Presentations (dates tbd): If you would like to present your research, teaching projects, seminar papers, or practice for your job talk in a smaller circle of graduate students in the field, let us know and FLRT will arrange a platform for you.

*Note: Symposium in January: Details & CFP will be sent out in October/November.