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Categories: Graduate Assistants

Megan Stump, M.A. & M.S.

Megan Stump joins the SAFE Center as a Graduate Assistant from the University of Maryland College of Education, where she is pursuing her Ph.D. in the Applied Linguistics and Language Education program. Ms. Stump is developing and teaching an ESOL conversation circle program for SAFE Center clients. Ms. Stump has taught courses at the university level for English learners on writing composition, oral communication and teacher preparation, and peer tutoring for multi-lingual writers. Her research interests include second language teacher education and the emotional dimension of the learning-to-teach experience. Ms. Stump received her M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language from Pennsylvania State University; her M.S. in Education, Higher Education, and Student Affairs from Indiana University; and her B.A. in English with a minor in Diversity Studies from Susquehanna University.