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Tetyana Yakhontova

CEAW Director, Professor, Department of Foreign Languages for Sciences
e-mail : t.yakhontova@lnu.edu.ua

Prof. Dr. habil. Tetyana Yakhontova teaches courses of English for Specific (including Academic) purposes and investigates English research communication. She has published more than 140 papers in Ukrainian and international books and journals and the first in Ukraine textbook on English academic writing. She regularly develops and organizes workshops and training sessions on English research writing. Prof. T. Yakhontova took part in more than 60 Ukrainian and international conferences, was awarded grants from several international scientific and educational foundations (e.g., British Council, National Academy of Education, Fulbright Scholar Program), had several fellowships in the USA and UK, and participated in a number of international research projects.

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Larysa Sanotska

Assistant Director of the Center, Associate Professor, Department of English Philology
E-mail: Sanotska@yahoo.com
Larysa Sanotska is an Associate Professor of English Philology at the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv and the Head of the Council for Teaching Development for the Faculty of Foreign Languages. She holds several international teaching certificates and a diploma. She is also an internationally recognized scholar in the field of SLA and TEFL. Her research interests also include methodology of testing and assessment, use of poetry in TEFL and poetic text analysis, collaborative learning and critical thinking in tertiary education. She is the author of more than 60 publications in national and international journals and volumes. She presented at numerous international conferences in the UK, Austria, Germany, and Poland. She was awarded a CRF/RSE Research Fellowship from Edinburgh University, a Research SIG Scholarship and a ResTES Scholarship, UK. Larysa Sanotska is the author and the co-author of two textbooks: Poetry in the English Language Class (2012) and Academic Writing for Students of Linguistics (2016). She has rich experience in various teaching, teacher training and examining contexts: over 20 years of teacher training, EFL teaching in international language schools in Ukraine and abroad, lecturing on SLA in Ukraine, Finland and Poland, conducting Cambridge Exams and IELTS Preparation Courses, examining for Cambridge ESOL and Pearson.

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Roman Dudok

Professor, Head, Foreign Languages Department for Humanities
Prof.R. Dudok has been the Head of the Department of Foreign Languages for Humanities since 1998. His scientific interests embrace research of language sign semantics, invariant meaning as a semantic differential, methods of teaching English, and lexicography. Prof. Dudok is the author of the experimental program of level-based teaching of English for students of Humanities, which is currently being implemented at the Department. Prof. Dudok regularly reviews dissertations, articles and teaching materials. He is the author of a monograph, articles and translations. Roman Dudok was an active participant of the TEMPUS-TACIS and Oregon-L’viv Partnership Programs and was on exchange visits to some universities in the UK, Spain and the USA.

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Anetta Artsyshevska

Associate Professor, English Language Faculty
E-mail : artsysh@gmail.com
Anetta Artsyshevska has been working at the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv since 1991. Her scientific interests include research in linguo-stylistics, text linguistics, computer assisted language learning, English for Specific Pusposes, and English for Academic Purposes. She has been an active member of Oregon-Lviv Partnership Program. Dr. Artsyshevska has been a visiting professor at Kent School of English in Broadstairs (UK), University of Modern Languages in Liverpool (UK) and the University of Oregon (USA). Dr. Artsyshevska is a highly qualified trainer in the field of academic writing (Making an Academic Presentation, Writing a Research Paper).

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Olha Ivashchyshyn

Associate Professor, Foreign Language Faculty
E-mail : ivash@gala.net
Olha Ivashchyshyn has been working as a senior lecturer and later as an associate professor of the Department of Foreign Languages for Humanities of Lviv Ivan Franko National University since 1991. Her scientific interests are terminology, discourse studies, teaching language with the help of computer technologies. Participated in development of computer programs (TEMPUS – TACIS project) and new methods of teaching English (Lviv – Oregon Partnership). Uses the elements of distance teaching and teaching with the help of computer technologies with students by correspondence. Olha was a visiting professor at the University of Oregon in 2001 and completed an online CALL course in 2002. She is also a member of international TESOL organization and Ukrainian terminology society.

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Liliya Kuznetsova

English Language Faculty
E-mail : kuzyalily@yahoo.com
Liliya Kuznetsova has been working at Foreign Languages Department of Lviv University since 1983. Her main fields of interest lie in the field of linguostylistics, discourse analysis, methods of teaching, and methodological problems of teaching academic writing. Liliya is preparing her PhD dissertation for the defense. She is also on the executive board of TESOL-Ukraine association. She was a visiting professor at the UO and completed the online CALL.

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Valentyna Maksymuk

Associate Professor, English Language Faculty
E-mail : vmaksymuk@gmail.com
Valentyna Maksymuk has been working at Foreign Languages Department since 1976. She has been a member of the British Council since its formation in 1993 and has worked as a member of professional development team aimed at introducing modern methods of teaching. She has been a member of international associations of English language teachers (IATEFL, TESOL) since 1995 and 1997 accordingly. She was a visiting professor at the UO and completed the online CALL course. Dr. Maksymuk’s scientific interests lie in the field of linguostylistics, stylistic peculiarities of modern English and American literature, modern American publicism, methods of teaching English, introduction of information technologies and academic writing into teaching English . She is the author of over 50 scientific works, among them a recent publication of a textbook ‘English for PhD Students’, (2006).

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Svitlana Markelova

Associate Professor, English Language Faculty
E-mail : markelov@uoregon.edu
Svitlana Markelova has been working at the Department of Foreign Languages since 1989 first as an assistant, since 1996 as associate professor of the Department of Foreign Languages for Humanities. Svitlana Markelova visited the USA as a member of the Partnership program between the University of Oregon and Lviv National University. She is a member of TESOL-Ukraine organization and served as a member of the board in 2002. The fields of scientific interests are linquostylistics, discourse analysis, theoretical and methodological problems of Academic Writing. Svitlana Markelova took part in a number of international conferences, she is the author of a more than 30 scientific publications in Ukraine and abroad. She is a co-author of the distance course “Fundamentals of Academic Writing: Writing an Essay”.

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Alla Radu

Associate Professor, English Language Faculty
E-mail : alla@uoregon.edu
Alla Radu has been working at Foreign Languages Department for Humanities since 1994. She is the author of more than 40 publications. Her scientific interests lie in the field of linguostylistics, stylistics, discourse analysis, advsertising discourse, and legal discourse. Alla Radu has organized a number of schools and seminars for ESP teachers. She was a visiting professor at the University of Oregon (2003). Alla Radu defended her PhD thesis in 2004. She is a scientific secretary of the regional scientific seminar “Issues of Discourse Analysis and Text Linguistics” headed by prof. K. Ya. Kusko. Alla is the president of TESOL-Ukraine association.

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Nataliya Diachuk

Lecturer, Department of English Philology

Center Coordinator for international English Cambridge Tests
E-mail: n.diachuk@runa.org.ua

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Natalia Diachuk got an access to TEFL in 1993 and has been involved in teacher-training since that time. Being an active conference-goer and workshops-conductor she is a devoted member of different professional organizations, namely IATEFL, TESOL, UTA, UTIC; for a number of years was the British Council–Ukraine Professional Development team member. Back in 2000, she founded the Agency of Foreign Languages ‘RUNA’® with a multi-dimentional profile of activity. In the year of 2012 the Agency became an authorised Cambridge Language Assessment Centre (UA011).

    N.Diachuk holds Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) (1997) and Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) (2015). Her research interests range from EFL methodology, media methodology and media pedagogy to multi-level materials development on the basis of authentic media resources.

Halyna Kaluzhna

English Language Faculty
E-mail : kaluzhna@ceaw.org.ua
Halyna’s main fields of scientific interest lie in the use of new technologies in language teaching, distance education, cross-cultural aspects of academic writing. She is the author and tutor of a number of distance courses aimed at improving academic writing and reading skills. Halyna actively participated in setting up the Center for English Academic Writing and served as its first Director from 2006 to 2010.  She has presented at a number of national and international conferences in Ukraine, Canada, France, the USA, Hungary, Germany, the UK, Ireland, and Greece, and participated in an international project on curriculum development (Edmonton, Canada), TEMPUS-TACIS program on introducing new technologies in language learning, and Oregon-Lviv partnership program. Halyna is an EATAW (European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing) member and served on the EATAW board from 2009 to 2013 as a Membership Secretary. She also takes part in the international LIDHUM (Literacy Development in the Humanities) project aimed at supporting literacy and writing development in higher education. Halyna has been one of the organizers of academic writing trainings held at Lviv University in 2005, TEAW conferences held in 2008 and 2011, Western Ukraine Teacher Development Winter Institute 2013, and  the conference “Role of Writing in the Teaching of Humanities” 2013.

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Khrystyna Kunets

M.A. (English Language and Literature), Lecturer, Department of English Philology
E-mail: oolexyn@gmail.com

In 2012 graduated from the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv with highest honors. 2012‑2015 – Ph.D. student, Department of English Philology. 2015-present – Lecturer, Department of English Philology. Translator. Research interests: syntax, pragmatics.

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Oksana Kulyniak

Lecturer, Department of English Philology

E-mail:  oksana.kulyniak@gmail.com

Oksana Kulyniak obtained Master’s degree in English Philology at the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv in 2012. She has been working at the Department of English Philology since 2016. Her research interests lie in the field of pragmalinguistics and methodology of teaching English as a foreign language.

Lyudmyla Poplavska

English Language Faculty
E-mail : poplavska@uoregon.edu
Lyudmyla Poplavska has been working at the Deaprtment of Foreign Languages since late 80-s. Her scientific interests are methodology of teaching foreign languages; Introducing new technologies into EFL teaching. She was a visiting professor at the University of Oregon in 2002; completed an on-line distance education course Computer assisted Language course (CALL): “Incorporating Information Technology Resources in English Language”; and attended Research Paper Writing Workshop taught by American English Institute, University of Oregon (2002, 2003). Lyudmyla is the author of more than 20 scientific publications (coursebook, articles, teaching materials).

Tetiana Fitio

 English Language Faculty
E-mail : fittyo@yahoo.co.uk
Tetiana has been teaching at the Foreign Languages for Humanities Department since 2002, for students majoring in Philosophy, Culture and Arts, History and Law. Her interests lie in the spheres of functional and discourse linguistics, and also cultural differences in writing, L1 and L2 interferences in writing and writing as a learning tool. Tetiana is a member of EATAW and LIDHUM project (Literacy Development in the Humanities). She regularly participates in international conferences (France (2010), Ireland (2011), Poland (2007, 2009, 2013), the UK (2012), Hungary (2013) and national conferences. Tetiana also takes an active part in organizing national and international events on the basis of the Centre for English Academic Writing and the Department of Foreign Languages for Humanities (TEAW 2008 and 2011, ITFL in 2009, Winter Institute 2013 etc).