2022-2023 Social Media Sub-Committee

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Eva Jin

Eva Jin is pursuing a Ph.D. in English (Rhetoric, Writing & Literacies) at Arizona State University. Her research interests include informal, interest-driven writing/composition in affinity spaces, multimodal composition, language learning in the digital wilds, and digital rhetoric. She has been connecting First Year Composition classrooms with interest-driven sites (e.g. Reddit, Yelp) and mentoring L2 writers to write for their passion and interests. She also organizes informal language learning groups in digital fandoms. Outside academia, she is a creative and fanfic writer, and an emergent novelist with a passion for cyberpunk culture. 

 

She serves on the GSC Social Media Sub-committee by designing and posting social media posts. She can be reached at yjin90@asu.edu

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Juyeon Yoo

Juyeon Yoo is currently a Ph.D. candidate at The Ohio State University (OSU) in Multilingual Language Education, having previously received her MA in English Language Education at Seoul National University in South Korea, and her BA in Linguistics at University College London (UCL) in the UK. Originally from South Korea, her diverse educational experiences have taken her to four countries (Singapore, the UK, South Korea, and the US) and have enriched her insights as a researcher and educator. She has been teaching undergraduate- and graduate-level English academic writing courses as well as SLA-related content courses. Recently, she has received the 2022 Graduate Associate Teaching Award (GATA), which is the university’s “highest recognition of the exceptional teaching by graduate students”. She is also heavily invested in equity and diversity work, and her efforts to integrate justice components into her writing courses earned her the 2022 Racial Justice Grant at OSU. Her research centers on L2/multilingual source-based writing, identity negotiation and investment, and linguistic and racial justice. She can be reached at yoo.421@osu.edu.

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Wei Xu

Wei Xu is a Ph.D. student in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT) at the University of Arizona. Her research interests lie in genre studies, L2 writing, and multimodal composition. She has an MA in TESOL from Durham University in the UK, and her MA thesis was published in Asian EFL Journal. She previously worked as an ESL instructor in mainland China, and currently works as a graduate teaching associate for the Writing Program in the English Department by teaching the Foundations Writing courses. Her excellence in teaching made her the recipient of Ruth Gardner Teaching Award 2022 at UA. When Wei is not posting social media posts for the GSC Social Media Sub-Committee, she is usually found playing badminton, singing, and hanging out with her friends. She can be reached at weixu1@email.arizona.edu.

Member Testimonials

"Being a part of AAAL GSC has been a great experience for me since I feel a sense of belonging. AAAL GSC members are helping the AAAL grad student community by providing helpful resources and interacting with students via multiple platforms. This has taught me a lot about how to build a community and how to serve an academic community as an aspiring professional researcher."  

- Yunjung (Eunice) Nam 

"During the 2017-2018 academic year, I was a member of the GSC social media sub-committee. As a social media sub-committee member, I was able to connect with other graduate students in the field. Additionally, I acquired various skills that I was able to use in my future service endeavors. For members who are considering applying to be a part of the social media subcommittee, I highly recommend doing so as it can provide professional opportunities to expand one's network and to learn from others in the field."

- James Coda 

"I have benefited a lot from serving in the GSC Social Media Sub-Committee in 2018 and in the GSC Event Planning Sub-Committee in 2017. Through these experiences, I got the opportunity to talk with many talented and well-known scholars in the field, as well as junior scholars (like our graduate fellows!) who could be long-term collaborators and friends. Such experience broadened my view towards the field and opened a conversation that was just not limited to the sub-field that I am interested in researching. More importantly, I feel really proud to have the autonomy and voice to be heard as a graduate student."

- Yi Wang
 

2021-2022 Social Media Sub-Committee

Yunjung (Eunice) Nam, Georgia State University

Tetiana Tytko, University of Maryland, College Park

Gordon West,  University of Wisconsin-Madison

Sophia Minnillo, University of California, Davis

2020-2021 Social Media Sub-Committee

Yunjung (Eunice) Nam, Georgia State University

Larissa Goulart, Northern Arizona University

Tetiana Tytko, University of Maryland, College Park

2019-2020 Social Media Sub-Committee

Josiah Murphy, Kent State University

Yunjung (Eunice) Nam, Georgia State University

Yi Wang, University of Arizona

Larissa Goulart, Northern Arizona University

Svetlana Koltovskaia, Oklahama State University

2018-2019 Social Media Sub-Committee

Nicole Deschene, New York University

Andrea Lypka, University of South Florida

Maria Ruiz-Martinez, University of Colorado

2017-2018 Social Media Sub-Committee

James Coda, University of Georgia 

Shyam Pandey, Purdue University 

Jui-Hsin (Renee) Hung, Indiana University-Bloomington

2016-2017 Social Media Sub-Committee

Jessica Lian, Georgia State University