Program Manager, ELTP
Washington Semester Program
Ken manages all aspects of the International Gateway Program (IGP), including program staffing, curriculum development and instruction, directing the IGP faculty, student advising, counseling, assessment and student matriculation into AU undergraduate and graduate programs. He also develops and manages specialized ESL programs and courses for SPExS.
Ken has nearly 20 years of ESL/EFL experience and has taught at several universities, including UMBC, Northeastern, Boston University, and Harvard University. At Harvard, he co-authored an in-house business English textbook that has been adopted at several programs overseas. In addition to his domestic experience, Ken has taught overseas in Italy and Taiwan, where he led various teacher-training workshops for Taiwanese English instructors.
Besides his work in international education, Ken writes fiction. He has published two novels, Trapped Doors and Defending Infinity, and has recently finished a third, Stealing Picasso, which won best manuscript at the 2011 Algonkian Conference in San Francisco, CA.
M.Ed. - Lesley University
B.A. - Clark University (Political Science)
- School of Prof and Extd Studies
- Constitution - 205