Meet Olesya V. Kisselev - Russian
Olesya V. Kisselev - 2008 - Instructor of Russian,
MA in Applied Linguistics (Portland State University),
Olesya V. Kisselev received her MA in Applied Linguistics at Portland State University in 2008 following an MA in Foreign Languages and Methods of Teaching from Buryat State University in 2002. She has taught and investigated language for a number of years. She is currently involved in teaching Russian as a Foreign and Heritage Language and developing curriculum for the innovative Russian Language Flagship Partner Program at PSU. In collaboration with Professor Anna Yatsenko, Olesya is working on developing a Russian Learner Corpus of Academic Writing. Olesya Kisselev is also the current chair of Oregon Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (OATSEEL).
Carrie Collenberg-Gonzalez, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented a poster, "A Photographic Memory: The Construction of Historical Memory in German Film," at the Women in German Conference, Banff, Alberta, Canada, Oct. 13-16. »
William J. Comer, World Languages and Literatures faculty, co-presented the webinar "Striking a Balance: Input, Vocabulary and Grammar in Teaching Russian" for the American Council of Teachers of Russian on Nov. 3. »