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Krisztina Domjan Professorial Lecturer Global and Immersive Studies

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PhD, English Language and Intercultural Communication, 2013
Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, United Kingdom

M.A., European Languages and Intercultural Studies, 2003
Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, United Kingdom

B.A., Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), 1999
Kodolányi János University College, Szekesfehervar, Hungary

Favorite Spot on Campus
Favorite Place in Washington DC
The National Mall
Book Currently Reading
The Spiral of Silence, Noelle-Neuman; The Righteous Mind, Haidt; Apu Azert Iszik, Mert Te Sirsz! Puzser; Facing Reality, Murray; Woke Racism, McWorther; Digital for Good, Culatta
Krisztina is a progressive and compassionate educator with experience in a range of educational settings: higher, adult, and secondary education of civilian and military learners. She has taught Intercultural Studies, Research Writing, Composition and Discussion courses in Hungary, in England, in Germany (military base) and in the USA. She is an advocate of lifelong learning, professional development, innovative teaching practices, continuous fieldwork and qualitative research in education for the enhancement of the learning experience, inclusion and student retention. She shares innovative and stimulating ideas and professional development resources with colleagues and in professional learning circles. She has experience teaching in-person and online courses.
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Fall 2022

  • CORE-105 Complex Problems Seminar: iGen Reboot

  • CORE-105 Complex Problems Seminar: iGen Reboot

  • OGIS-130 Intercultural Understanding

Spring 2023

  • ELTA-081 Intro to Grad Academic Writing

  • OGIS-130 Intercultural Understanding

  • OGIS-130 Intercultural Understanding

Partnerships & Affiliations

Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities

Professional Presentations


Research Interests

  • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion - Inclusive Teaching Practices

  • Transparency in Higher Education

  • Academic Class Discussions

  • Digital Citizenship Skills Competencies 

  • Intercultural Communication Competencies

  • Cultural and Digital-Social Media Identities

  • Culturally Responsive Pedagogy 

  • Written and Oral Communication Skills

  • Information Literacy Skills

  • Teaching Generation Z

Honors, Awards, and Fellowships

CTRL's 2021-2022 Milton and Sonia Greenberg Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award 2022 May at American University

Inclusive Pedagogy Fellow in the Faculty Fellows Program AY 2019/2021, The Center for Teaching, Research and Learning (CTRL) at American University

Jack Child Teaching with Technology Award, 2018 April, American University

New Horizons Excellence in Education Award Finalist: Innovative Teaching and Learning (Providing Equal Opportunities for Traditional and Next Generation Learners:  A Learning Environment Supported by Basic Interactive Tools), 2018 April, Virginia Community College System

Outstanding Service to the College Award, October 2016, NVCC Annandale Campus

Work In Progress


  1. Chapter: The Significance of Information Literacy and Transparency in Academic Class Discussions [forthcoming: 2023] Chapter accepted in the volume ‘Creating Global Citizens through High Impact Practices in Education’. This volume is part of the series titled Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning (IHETL) by Emerald Group Publishing.

  2. Essay: Laying the Foundation of Clarity, Creativity, and Consistency in Higher Ed Courses [2021] WATESOL Newsletter; and The Beat - CTRL Blog

  3. Journal Article: Finding the Boundaries of Using Automated Corrective Feedback Programs as Learning and Teaching Assets (April 2022 - Research in progress)

  4. Essay: The Cyclical Nature of the Hungarian State Media: From the Truth to Power to the Tool of Power (March 2022 - Research in progress)

  5. Journal Article: Defending Cultural Identity Rhizomes from Social and Mass Media: The Damaged Roots and Shoots of Digital Citizens (December 2021- Research in progress)