Kimberly Spallinger

Kimberly Spallinger 

Teaching Professor

Undergraduate Coordinator, Rhetoric and Writing Studies

418 East Hall

Degrees and Institutions

M.A. TESOL, Bowling Green State University
B.A. English, Bluffton University


Research Interests: International Teaching Assistants, Second Language Writing, Motivation, Intercultural Communication, English for Academic Purposes, and Social Responsibility

Courses Taught

ESOL 1000: Academic Composition I
ESOL 1010: Academic Composition II
ESOL 1030: Academic Listening and Speaking I
ESOL 1040: Academic Listening and Speaking II
ESOL 5000: Academic Composition I
ESOL 5010: Academic Composition II
ESOL 5030: Intermediate Listening and Speaking
ESOL 5040: English for International Graduate Assistants I
ESOL 5050: English for International Graduate Assistants II
ESOL 5060: Advanced Academic Writing
ESOL 5080: Advanced Listening and Speaking

ENG 3800: Linguistics for English Teachers
ENG 5100: Theories and Methods of TESOL
ENG 5170: Applied Syntax

Select Presentations

“Innovating with Infographics in University Classes” Electronic Village Technology Fair.  TESOL, Seattle. (Co-presented with Amy Cook). Mar. 2017.

“Learning Community: Internationalizing Perspectives and Practices.” BGSU Teaching and Learning Fair. (Co-presented with Sharon Subreenduth, Angela Thomas, Yu Zhou, Bob Lee, and Vaughn Thornton). March 2016.

“Fostering Reflective Teaching Practices in ITA Courses.” International Teaching Assistant (ITA) Conference, Cleveland. Feb. 2016

“Multimodal Assignments for University ESL Writing Classes." Electronic Village Technology Fair.  TESOL, Toronto. (Co-presented with Amy Cook). Mar. 2015.


BGSU Faculty Senate Community Involvement Award (2013)

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