Hyun-Woo Lim, Dean of GS TESOL
주요학력 Ph.D. The University of Georgia
e-mail hlim@hufs.ac.kr


Professor Hyun-Woo Lim teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in EL Methodology, Second Language Writing, and EFL Reading and Writing. She received her Ph. D. in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from the University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA. Her research interests center on second language writing and identity, including L2 writing pedagogy, translanguaging in EFL learners’ writing, and non-native English speaking teachers’ professional identity development. Recently, she has expanded her research interests to study learners’ emotional and psychological issues by collaborating with scholars from different disciplines. Professor Lim wishes to illuminate how second language learning can affect individuals’ personal growth.



Hyun Jung Kim, Vice-Dean of GS TESOL
주요학력 EdD, Columbia University
e-mail hkim@hufs.ac.kr


Professor Hyun Jung Kim earned an Ed.D. in Applied Linguistics from Teachers College, Columbia University. She currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Second Language Assessment, Second Language Acquisition, Research Methods, English Textbook Studies and Teaching Methods, and Studies in English Curriculum Education. Her research interests include second and foreign language assessment, assessment of speaking ability, language test validation, and discourse analysis. She is a board member of Asia TEFL and the Applied Linguistics Association of Korea.


Steven Adoranti
주요학력 MA, University of New England
e-mail stevenado@hufs.ac.kr
Steven earned an MA in Applied Linguistics from the University of New England. He has extensive experience teaching both skills-based courses at the undergraduate level and content-based courses at the graduate level. In the Graduate School of TESOL, Steven teaches courses in Lesson Design, Introduction to Learning Management Systems, Teaching English Grammar, and Portfolio Development. He also teaches an online writing course. Steven's professional interests include blended learning and how educational technologies can be used to enhance the language learning process, second language writing, and how grammar instruction can be integrated in communicative context.
Merrilee Brinegar
주요학력 M.Ed. University of South Queensland
e-mail merrileeann@gmail.com


Originally from Austin, Texas, Merrilee has spent the last 10 years teaching both EFL and TESOL-related courses to undergraduate and graduate students in Korea. With a graduate degree in Educational Technology, Merrilee's courses focus on teaching English in technologically-rich environments, with courses such as Web Contents for English Education. Her teaching and research interests thus revolve around online education, second language learning and teaching, online learning strategies, and assessment.
George E.K. Whitehead
주요학력 MA, University of Birmingham
e-mail prof.gwhitehead@gmail.com


Professor George E.K. Whitehead holds a B.A. in Linguistics and a Certificate for Teaching ESL Linguistics from Simon Fraser University, an M.A. TEFL/TESL from the University of Birmingham, and is currently a PhD Candidate at the University of Leicester. He has been involved in English language education for over 18 years and has held professional positions in Canada, Japan, and South Korea. His research interests include language teacher education and development, language-teacher educator development, language teacher leadership, and the promotion of context specific language learning and teaching practices around the world. His published work has appeared in journals such as TESOL Quarterly, System, and RELC Journal.