Alan S. Kennedy
Lecturer; Coordinator, International Teaching Fellows Program
Alan S. Kennedy is a lecturer in language and also the coordinator of the department’s International Teaching Fellows program. He has been teaching in the American Language Program since 2006. His articles about academic English instruction and non-native speaker pronunciation of English have been published in education journals. Prior to teaching, Kennedy did international marketing work for the Warner Music Group for 13 years.
- BA, Princeton University
- TESOL Certificate, Columbia University
- M.A., City University of New York (CUNY)
- Prism 3 (Cambridge University Press, 2018), co-author
- Final Draft 4 (Cambridge University Press, 2016), co-author
- Investigating English Pronunciation: Trends and Directions (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), co-author
- What Every Multilingual Student Should Know About Writing for College (Longman, 2012), co-author
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