Stacy Suhadolc specializes in preparing international graduate students for becoming teaching assistants (ITAs) in their respective departments. Much of her contributing work to the field focuses on pronunciation, pedagogical, and technological methods and practices for preparing ITAs. In addition to working with ITAs, she teaches additional ESL and APLNG courses. Rooted in a sociocultural perspective, her teaching style is to inspire students to “stay curious” while making connections to other disciplines. She is the past chair of the International Teaching Assistants Interest Section for TESOL International Association, and she is currently part of the Nominating Committee to help search for TESOL’s next President and Board of Directors. Originally from Illinois, Stacy came to Penn State in 2013. She enjoys connecting with others in the community and helping new students.
Xu, Q., Chen, S., Wang, J., & Suhadolc, S. (2021). Characteristics and effectiveness of teacher feedback on online business English oral presentations. The Asia-Pacific Researcher. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40299-021-00595-5