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																	Estela																 Ene

Estela Ene

Director of the English for Academic Purposes Program
Director of the TESOL MA and the Graduate Certificate in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
Associate Professor of English
Department: English, TESOL
(317) 274-3908
CA 501L

Education

Education

BA English and Romanian, Lucian Blaga University, Sibiu

MA ESL, University of Arizona

PhD Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, University of Arizona

Teaching

Teaching

Freshman composition for native and non-native speakers of English, linguistics, TESOL methods, Second Language Writing, Italian.

English for Specific Purposes, language learning and technology

Awards

Awards

  • Trustees’ Teaching Award, 2021
  • FHI 360/Department of State Grant, Developing 21st Century Skills for the EFL Classroom, 2019 ($90K)
  • Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Multicultural Teaching, 2019
  • Welcoming Campus Grant, 2018
  • EMPOWER Grant, IUPUI, 2015.
  • Trustees’ Teaching Award, IUPUI, 2013.
  • Schipps Junior Faculty Award, IUPUI, 2013.
  • SLA Summer Research Grant, IUPUI, 2012.
  • OVPIA Overseas Research Grant, IUPUI, 2012.
  • Curriculum Enhancement Grant, IUPUI, 2010.
  • Outstanding Accomplishments in Academic Excellence, University of Arizona, 2006.
  • Graduate Student Leadership Award, University of Arizona, 2004.
  • Outstanding Service Award, University of Arizona, 2003.
  • Fellowship, the Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics, Pennsylvania State University, 2002.
  • U.S.I.A. Scholarship, 1996.
  • Soros Scholarship, Soros Foundation for an Open Society,1994.

Publications

Publications

Ene, E., & Yao, J. (accepted). How does that make you feel: Student engagement with feedback. Language Teaching Research Quarterly, special issue edited by Icy Lee and Hassan Mohebbi.

Allen, M., Ene, E., & McIntosh, K. (Eds.) (2021). Internationalization at Home: Second Language Perspectives on Developing Language and Cultural Exchange Programs in Higher Education.
Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Allen, M., Ene, E., & McIntosh, K. (2021). Internationalizing at Home through language and cultural exchange. In Allen, M., Ene, E., & McIntosh, K. (Eds.) (2021). Internationalization at Home: Second Language Perspectives on Developing Language and Cultural Exchange Programs in Higher Education. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Ene, E., & Cohen, M.A. (2021). Internationalized writing by design. In Allen, M., Ene, E., & McIntosh, K. (Eds.) (2021). Internationalization at Home: Second Language Perspectives on Developing Language and Cultural Exchange Programs in Higher Education. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Ene, E., & Sadri, R. (2021). Developing an ESL tutoring center and expanding operations online. The TESOL Program Administration Interest Section Newsletter. http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolpais/issues/2021-02-26/2.html?fbclid=IwAR0zsae9m3pfISTtJGVKUz2zAF1Eia11CBzA45iLnv8qzL7KUpx4V8tnRDE

Ene, E. (2021). Setting the stage for intercultural engagement through professional development. The TESOL Intercultural Communication Interest Section Newsletter. http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolicis/issues/2021-03-11/2.html

Ene, E. (2020). Review of Feedback in Second Language Writing: Contexts and Issues Edited by Ken Hyland and Fiona Hyland (2nd edition). System, 89. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.system.2020.102210

Ene, E., & Sparks, S. (2020). EFL writing in Romania: Reflections on present and future. In Andron, D. R., & Gruber, G. (Eds.), Education Beyond Crisis: Challenges and Directions in a Multicultural World (pp. 217-230). Best selected papers from ISATT 2019. Inaugural volume of ISATT Conference Series (ISAC), Vol. 1, Brill Sense, the Netherlands. Paperback ISBN: 978-90-04-43202-4, E-ISBN: 978-90-04-43204-8.

Ene, E., McIntosh, K., & Connor, U. (2019). Using Intercultural Rhetoric to Examine Translingual Practices in Graduate Students’ L2 Writing. Journal of Second Language Writing, 45, 105-110.

Connor, U., & Ene, E. (2019). Does everyone write five-paragraph essays? In Caplan, N.A. & Johns, A.M. (eds.). Changing Practices for the L2 Writing Classroom: Moving Beyond the Five-Paragraph Essay. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Ene, E., & Upton, T. (2018). Synchronous and asynchronous teacher electronic feedback and learner uptake in ESL composition. Journal of Second Language Writing, 41, 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jslw.2018.05.005

Ene, E., & Hryniuk, K. (2018). Worlds apart but in the same boat: How macro-level policy influences EFL writing pedagogy in China, Mexico, and Poland. In Ruecker, T., & Crusan, D. (Eds.), International Political Contexts of Second Language Writing Assessment. Routledge. 15-28.

Ene, E., & Kosobucki, V. (2016). Rubrics and Corrective Feedback in ESL Writing: A Longitudinal Case Study of an L2 Writer. Assessing Writing, 30, 3-20. (special issue Innovation in rubric use: Exploring different dimensions, edited by Martin East and Sarah Cushing Weigle) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asw.2016.06.003

Connor, U., Ene, E., & Traversa, A. (2015). Intercultural Rhetoric. In Hyland, K. (Ed.) Handbook of English for Academic Purposes, Routledge. 270-282

Ene, E., & Orlando, H. (2015). Integrating service learning in EAP programs: Building the village that it takes. In Perren, J., & Wurr, A. (Eds.), Learning the Language of Global Citizenship: Strengthening Service-Learning in TESOL. Routledge. 112-139.

​Ene, E., & Upton, T. (2014). Learner uptake of teacher electronic feedback in ESL composition. System, 46, 80-95. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.system.2014.07.011

Ene, E., & Connor, U. (2014). Technological applications for language teaching. ICT and equipment use in teaching & learning foreign languages. National Foreign Languages 2020 Project, Hanoi, Vietnam. http://dean2020.edu.vn/news/Hoc-lieu/Technological-applications-for-language-teaching-241/

Ene, E., & Riddledbarger, C. (2014). Intensive reflection in teacher training: A place to start. Journal of Academic Writing.

Ene, E. (2014). Understanding the EAP writing and online learning needs of Chinese university students: A multiple-method needs assessment case study. Asian Journal of English Language Teaching.

Ene, E. (2013). Laying the ground for online ESL composition courses and university internationalization: The case of a U.S.-China partnership. In J. Aitken (Ed.), Cases on Communication Technology for Second Language Acquisition and Learning. IGI Global, Inc. Publishing, p. 382-407.

Ene, E., & Mitrea, A. (2013). EFL writing teacher training, beliefs, and practices in Romania: A Tale of Adaptation. European Journal of Applied Linguistics and TEFL, Issue 4.

Ene, E. (2013). Technology and Language for Specific Purposes. Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA.

Ene, E. (2013). Language for Specific Purposes in Eastern Europe. Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA.

Ene, E. (2012). A CALL integrated reading comprehension activity. New Ways in Teaching Reading. R.R.Day (ed.). TESOL, Alexandria, VA.

Ene, E. (2008). Developmental stages in advanced SLA: A corpus-based analysis of academic writing by ESL graduate students. ITL International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 156, 53-86.

Vickers, C. & Ene, E. (2006). Promoting grammatical accuracy through learner autonomy in advanced ESL courses. English Language Teaching Journal, 60(2):109-116.

Ene, E., Goertler, S.E., & McBride, K. (2005). Teacher participation styles in FL chats and their effect on student behavior. CALICO, 22 (3), 603-634.

Ene, E., Ellis, E., & Smith, M. (2004). A Student’s Guide to First-Year Composition (25th ed.). Plymouth, MI: Hayden McNeil.

Sharp, L.M., Brobbel, A., & Ene, E. (2003). A Student’s Guide to First-Year Composition (24th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Custom Publishing.

Service

Service

School of Liberal Arts Diversity and Inclusion Committee (2019-2021)

Fulbright Committee (2015) IUPUI ACE Committee for Curriculum Internationalization Committee (2014) IUPUI Mentoring Academy (2014) Outstanding Research Award Committee and Professional Development Committee, International Organization of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), 2009-2012.

Chair elect of the Second Language Writing Interest Section of TESOL Member of the organizing committee, AAC&U 2022 (Global Learning)

Academic Interests

Academic Interests

Second language acquisition and teaching, ESL/EFL writing, EAP, ESP, corpus linguistics, advanced ESL learners, teacher education, program administration.

Location

Location:
CA 501L
Address:
425 University Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46202