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1 LAUREN HETROVICZ 66 George Street Department of Hispanic Studies College of Charleston EDUCATION August Ph.D. in Hispanic Linguistics, Certificate in SLATE (Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Deferred May 2015 Education), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (coursework complete; degree incomplete) May 2014 May 2011 May 2008 M.A. in Teaching of English as a Second Language with TESL certificate, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign M.A. in Hispanic Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign B.A. in Spanish and Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign SUPERVISING AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE August Adjunct Professor of Spanish, Department of Hispanic Studies, College of Charleston, SC Present Teach technology-enhanced language courses at beginning through advanced levels. Plan lessons and assignments, lead all class discussion sessions, grade papers and exams, hold office hours, monitor student attendance and academic progress. August May 2015 August May 2015 August May 2014 Teaching Assistant of Spanish, Department of Spanish, University of Illinois Teach technology-enhanced language courses at beginning through advanced levels. Plan lessons and assignments, lead discussion sections, grade papers and exams, hold office hours, monitor student attendance and academic progress. Teaching Assistant of English as a Second Language (ESL), University of Illinois Teach technology-enhanced ESL academic English writing courses at undergraduate and graduate levels. Plan lessons and assignments, contribute to curriculum development projects. Evaluate student assignments, research papers and presentations. Attend level meetings to collaborate on course development and lesson planning Hold office hours, monitor student attendance and academic progress, address students concerns, maintain online grade book. Attend professional development seminars within the ESL program. Observe multiple ESL instructors each semester to learn new pedagogical techniques. Course Coordinator of Spanish 141 (Introduction to Spanish Grammar), University of Illinois Served as coordinator and instructor of Introduction to Spanish Grammar, a course with an average enrollment of 220 students per semester Assisted fourth-semester Basic Language Supervisor with program and curriculum development, and prepared materials (syllabus, calendar, exams, in-class activities) Configured and maintained online course management system (Blackboard) and online platforms (McGraw-Hill Connect and Cengage ilrn) Participated in annual orientation and ongoing training of teaching assistants, conducted class observations, and provided feedback to instructors Addressed students and instructors concerns, and ensured proper conflict resolution

2 January-May 2013 Course Creator and Instructor, Preparation Course for the General Education Development (GED) Exam, GED Mexico-Illinois Program, Division of Rehabilitation Services, Urbana, IL Created and taught in Spanish a new grammar-reading-writing course for the preparation of the Spanish Language Exam on the GED Test Taught a student demographic of adult Latino immigrants aiming to attain an adult secondary school certificate in Spanish language, reading and writing Maintained contact with the program supervisor for updates on student progress COURSES TAUGHT College of Charleston: courses taught as main instructor: Spanish 101 Beginning Spanish I (Fall 2015) Spanish 190 Elementary Spanish I (Spring 2016, Fall 2016) Spanish 200 Elementary Spanish II (Spring 2016) Spanish 202 Intermediate Spanish (Fall 2015) Spanish 313 Spanish Composition (Fall 2015, Spring 2016) University of Illinois: courses taught as main instructor: ESL 115: Principles of Academic Writing for Undergraduate Students () ESL 500: English for Oral Communication for Graduate Students (Spring 2015) ESL 501: Introduction to Academic Writing for Graduate Students (Fall 2013, Fall 2014) Spanish 122: Intensive Elementary Spanish (Fall 2009, Summer 2010, Fall 2010, Spring 2011, Summer 2011) Spanish 103: Intermediate Spanish (Spring 2010, Summer 2012) Spanish 141: Intro to Spanish Grammar (Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Fall 2013*, Spring 2014) *Pilot section with new textbook and online platform initiated course-wide Spanish 200: Readings in Hispanic Texts (Fall 2012, Summer 2013*, Summer 2014, Spring 2015) *Pilot section with fully-online content subsequently initiated course-wide Fall 2013 Spanish 204: Practical Review of Spanish (Fall 2014) Spanish 228: Spanish Composition (Fall 2014) University of Illinois: courses taught as discussion section leader: Spanish 252: Introduction to Spanish Linguistics (Spring 2012) Spanish 309: Oral Varieties of Spanish (Fall 2011) University of Illinois: courses taught for children: Spanish Teacher, University Language Academy for Children (ages 4-11) (Summer 2012) GRANTS FOR RESEARCH AND PEDAGOGICAL DEVELOPMENT Teaching, Learning, & Technology Grant (for research materials purchase), College of Charleston Liberal Arts and Sciences Grant ($1500), College of Charleston PUBLICATIONS Stillwell, K., & Hetrovicz, L. (2013) The Standardizations of Catalan: Latin to present day. Studies in the Linguistic Sciences: Illinois Working Papers, HONORS AND AWARDS Honorary Member, National Hispanic Honor Society Sigma Delta Pi, College of Charleston April 2012 Various Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, UIUC UIUC Incomplete List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students: Fall 2009*, Spring 2010*, Fall 2010*, Spring 2011*, Summer 2011, Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Summer 2012*, Fall 2012* Fall 2013*, *, Summer 2014*, Fall 2014*, Spring 2015* (*Additionally rated as outstanding - top 10% of all UIUC faculty)

3 CERTIFICATES January 2016 Certified Public High School Teacher, American Board for the Certification of Teacher Excellence April 2012 April 2011 Teacher Scholar Certificate, Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, UIUC Graduate Teacher Certificate, Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, UIUC CURRICULUM AND MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT Spring 2015 Created three new lessons for the ESL 500 curriculum (Oral and Written Communication for graduate students): PIE+C Structure; Introduction to Source Synthesis; Source Synthesis in Academic English Essays. Created an instructor answer key for the unit #2 project. Fall 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2013 Spring 2013 Created two new lessons for ESL 501 (Introduction to Academic Writing for graduate students): Summarizing in Academic Papers; Paraphrasing and Quoting to Avoid Plagiarism. Created ESL honor s project contract for honors students in the ESL program, and developed ESL 115 answer keys for multiple tasks in the course curriculum Organized ESL academic assignments for the ESL 501 program on ESL grammar and academic English writing strategies as derived from Bedford/St. Martin Writer s Help website Designed twenty activities for Spanish 142 (Professional Spanish) in online platform Blackboard Spanish 200 (Readings in Hispanic Texts) Course Co-Creator, University of Illinois Created original materials for the creation of a new course in both online and hybrid versions Collaborated with the course supervisor and a Professor in logistical decisions regarding the syllabus, course design, class discussions, and final projects As the main instructor, piloted the new course in Summer 2013 and reported needed changes, general concerns, and final student feedback to course supervisor Fall Fall 2012 Fall 2012 Summer 2011 Modified and created communicative activities for Spanish 141 workbook (Introduction to Spanish Grammar) at UIUC, Stipes Publishing, Inc. Created the original activity El chocolate: una bebida para los dioses for the online component ilrn/quia of Spanish 141 (Introduction to Spanish Grammar), UIUC Designed and executed five Profesor Virtual grammar-teaching videos incorporated into the Spanish 141 online curriculum (Introduction to Spanish Grammar), UIUC Developed communicative activities for the McGraw-Hill Experience Spanish textbook implemented in Spanish 122 & 103 (Intensive Elementary & Intermediate Spanish), UIUC CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS Paper Presentations April 2013 Hetrovicz, L. & Stillwell, K. The Standardizations of Catalan, Illinois Language and Linguistics Society (ILLS) Conference Poster Presentations February 2015 October 2014 May 2012 Hetrovicz, L. Efficiency and Fairness: Teacher Tips for Student Groupings and Teamwork, ESL Colloquium, UIUC Hetrovicz, L. Organizing Chaos: Secrets to Success for In-Class Groupings and Teamwork, School of Language, Cultures and Linguistics Share Fair, UIUC Hetrovicz, L. Inalienable Possession Constructions in Spanish Heritage Speaker and Second

4 Conference Attendance October 2012 August 2012 Workshop Attendance January 2015 August 2014 January 2014 August 2013 August 2011 August 2009 Language Learner Production and Comprehension SLATE Graduate Research Symposium UIUC Bilingualism Forum, University of Illinois at Chicago Linguistic Impoliteness and Rudeness (LIAR III), Conference Chair, UIUC English Placement Test (EPT) training and calibration for written and oral exams, UIUC Graduate Academy for College Teaching, Pre-Semester ESL TA Training Week, UIUC English Placement Test (EPT) training and calibration for written and oral exams, UIUC Graduate Academy for College Teaching, Pre-Semester ESL TA Training Week, UIUC Graduate Student Writing Across the Curriculum Seminar, UIUC Graduate Academy for College Teaching, Pre-Semester Spanish TA Training Week, UIUC LEADERSHIP POSITIONS August 2013-Present Member of Provost and Graduate College Student Advisory Board Provide feedback on programs and initiatives directed by the Graduate College and Provost Share ideas to enhance the experience of fellow graduate students at UIUC August 2011-May 2013 President of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese Graduate Organization (SIPGO), UIUC Evaluated needs of all graduate students in the Department of Spanish, Italian & Portuguese Coordinated meetings with Department Head and other faculty to resolve concerns Planned social events and conduct fundraising activities for philanthropy UNDERGRADUATE STUDY ABROAD PARTICIPATION August-December 2007 UIUC Fall Study Abroad Program in Verona, Italy August-December 2006 UIUC Fall Study Abroad Program in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2006 UIUC Summer Study Abroad Program in Shanghai and Beijing, China January 2005 UIUC Winter Study Abroad Program in Bombay, India TRANSLATION EXPERIENCE Spring 2015-Present The Reading Group Quarterly Flyers, Spanish translations for non-for-profit learning center in Champaign-Urbana, IL June 2015 July 2014 January 2013 Zero Waste Guide: Hosting a Zero Waste Event at the Forest Preserves of Cook County, document translated from English to Spanish for the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center and the Forest Preserve of Cook County La untilización de la huella en paisaje, book chapter translated from Spanish to English for Professor Sara Bartumeus, Department of Architecture at the University of Illinois and Professor at the School of Architecture of Valles, Barcelona Pensar en la comunicación en Latinoamérica, book chapter translated from Spanish to English for Professor Jesús Martín-Barbero of la Universidad del Valle, Colombia OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Summer 2016 Research assistant and data coder for Dr. Pérez-Núnez at the College of Charleston January 2015 Fall 2014 Member of the Plagiarism Prevention Committee, ESL Writing Program, UIUC July 2014 English Placement Test Oral Exam Evaluator (Online), UIUC June 2014 January 2014 Summer 2010 Head Counselor, International Teen Tour Month, Barcelona, American Collegiate Adventures Summer 2009 Morgan Stanley Financial Investment Spanish Translator, The Curry Group, Barrington, IL LANGUAGES English (native speaker) Spanish (near-native proficiency)

5 SERVICE March 2016 Linguistics faculty table member at World Cultures Fair, College of Charleston March 2013 Volunteer Event Organizer, Second Annual SIP Graduate Open House, UIUC May 2012 Volunteer, Barcelona Year Abroad Program 40 th Anniversary, UIUC March 2012 Volunteer Event Organizer, First Annual SIP Graduate Open House, UIUC Fall 2011 Intensive English Institute Conversation Partner INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE Spain June 2016 (1 month), December 2014 (1 month), June 2014 (2 months), May 2013 (3 months) June 2012 (2 months), June 2011 (1 month) January 2011 (1 months), July 2010 (1 month) Norway June 2014 (1 week) Germany June 2014 (1 week), July 2011 (1 week), October 2007 (1 week) Mexico December 2013 (2 weeks), other various trips prior to 2013 as well Italy July 2012 (2 weeks), Fall 2007 (4 months) England July 2011 (1 week), June 2004 (1 week) China January 2011 (2 weeks), Summer 2006 (1 month) India January 2011 (1 week), Winter 2005 (1 month) Thailand January 2011 (2 weeks) Peru December 2010 (1 month) France June 2010 (2 weeks), November 2007 (1 week), June 2004 (1 week) Costa Rica January 2009 (2 weeks), Fall 2006 (5 months) Greece November 2007 (2 weeks) Egypt December 2007 (1 week) Ireland December 2007 (1 week), August 2007 (1 weeks)

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