Jan Ferrara is a second-year MA student. Some of you may know her from IEP classes, where she was an in-class tutor for two semesters. Before beginning at GSU, she worked in the TV industry as a video editor, field audio technician, and traffic producer. She lives in Decatur with her husband and two daughters. She is glad to assist with grammar, conversation, writing, or any of your tutoring needs.
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Ju A is a graduate student in the Department of Applied Linguistics and ESL at Georgia State University. She holds an MA degree in Second Language Studies from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and has a certificate in teaching English in Korea. Before coming to GSU, she taught various levels of students in universities, private institutes, and a middle school. In Korea, she taught English conversation, TOEFL writing, TOEIC speaking, and TOEIC listening and reading courses. She also taught an English academic writing course at a university in Thailand. Outside of academia, she loves to travel and cook. She is excited to help students in improving English since she has had similar experiences as a learner of English.
I am an M.A. student in Applied Linguistics and ESL. I have a strong passion for traveling and learning/teaching languages. I have lived and worked in a few different countries including Australia and Thailand, and have traveled to several others including Japan, Brazil, and Canada. I have learned a few different languages and enjoyed every bit of it. I enjoy sharing my experiences with my students and give practical advice to them. I have tutored a lot of students, from basic conversational English to advanced business English and TOEFL. Outside of work and study, I love swing dancing and indoor rock climbing! I tutor Mondays from 1:00-3:30, host I.C.E. with Sara and Daphne, and write the IEP Newsletter. I am very excited about tutoring and working with IEP students and can’t wait to meet them!!
Wesley Morris was born and raised in Atlanta, but he spent most of his adult life in China. He spent eight years in China, four in the Northeast and four in Shanghai. He returned to the United States only a year ago to continue his studies at Georgia State University in the department of Applied Linguistics and English as a Second Language. He is married and has two children, ages two and six.
Kendall is in her second semester as a graduate student in the Applies Linguistics/ESL department. She received her undergraduate degree in Spanish and secondary education from Coe College in Cedar Rapids, IA. Kendall is native to the Pacific Northwest, but has lived in a variety of different regions in the US, as well as Costa Rica where she learned Spanish. She enjoys tutoring in conversation/pronunciation, writing/reading, and loves to get to know international students and share ideas about culture and language. In her free time, Kendall likes to attend concerts, eat vegetarian food, and hang out in her neighborhood of Little 5 Points.
Kathleen is an Atlanta native and a M.A. student in the AL/ESL department. She received her B.A. in English Literature and a minor in Spanish from the University of Georgia. After graduating, she moved to South Korea to be an ESL teacher for one year. This experience awakened a love for teaching ESL and for Asia in general. She spent nine months traveling through southeast Asia, and lived in the Philippines for one year as well. She enjoys reading, creative writing, playing piano, hiking, soccer and scuba diving. She loves to learn about other cultures so feel free to come talk and share stories!
Camille Williams is a M.A. student in Applied Linguistics/ESL. She received her B.S. degree in Computer Information Systems from Hampton University. She received her M.B.A. and M.A. in International Management Studies from the University of Texas at Dallas. Camille is from Nashville Tennesee (the Music City) and loves listening to music. Her hobbies also include: traveling, acting, dancing, and missionary work. She is very excited about tutoring IEP students and loves learning about different cultures.