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Ju-A Hwang is an assistant professor of English
at the University of Delaware. She received her Ph.D. in foreign, second, and multilingual language education from The Ohio State
University. Her research focuses on second language reading-writing
connections, especially multilingual writers’ composing process of
multisource-based writing (synthesis writing) from cognitive
perspectives. Her research interests stem from her pedagogical practices
in supporting linguistically and culturally diverse students to become
reader-writers with rhetorical flexibility/sensibility in academic
settings and beyond. She has taught multilingual undergraduate and
graduate students nationally and internationally, especially writing in
higher education contexts, such as an English as a second language
composition program and English intensive English programs. She also
consulted both domestic and international students as a university
writing center consultant and administered the writing center as an
assistant coordinator. As a graduate consultant for a Writing Across the
Curriculum program, she also supported faculty members and graduate
teaching assistants by providing seminars/workshops focusing on how to
utilize writing (e.g., writing-to-learn tasks) to enhance their
pedagogical approaches as well as how to approach multilingual students
in their classes. Her efforts in supporting her students to become
competent and confident multilingual writers were acknowledged by
winning The Ohio State University’s Graduate Associate Teaching Award.
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