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Stacy Suhadolc

Stacy Suhadolc

Assistant Teaching Professor in Applied Linguistics

200 Sparks Building


  1. B.A., Radio Television, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
  2. M.A., TESOL, Southern Illinois University Carbondale


Stacy has worked for APLNG as a lecturer since 2013.  She has worked in the IECP and the ESL programs, including the ITA program.  Stacy’s research interests include: teacher education development, sociocultural approaches to second language teaching, and L2 teacher development.  Stacy regularly participates as a host teacher for the M.A. TESL practicum and the APLNG 493 team teachers.

Recent Courses:

  • ESL Composition for American Academic Communication
  • American Oral English for Academic Purposes
  • American Oral English for ITAs

Recent Presentations:

Mattson, N. & Suhadolc, S. (2017, March). Interpreting Student Feedback About a CALL Program Through Activity Theory. TESOL International Association. Seattle, WA.

Black, M., Childs, S., Golombek, P., Johnson, K., Lynch, M., & Suhadolc, S. (2017, March). The Mentoring Process: Enriching Individual Professional Growth. TESOL International Association. Seattle, WA.

Childs, S., Lynch, M. & Suhadolc, S. (2017, February). Meeting the needs of diverse MA TESL practicum students: A collaborative approach. 10th International Conference on Language Teacher Education. University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.