Ph.D. in Education, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
B.A. and M.A. in Foreign Language Education and English Philology, I. Franko National University, Lviv, Ukraine
Dr. Senyshyn's research interests include curriculum, teaching, and learning issues in second language education. Her focus has been on learning transfer and transformative learning in the teaching and learning of second language literacy skills, intercultural communication competencies, and acculturation for academic and professional purposes.
Chamberlin-Quinlisk,C.R. & Senyshyn, R. (2012). Language teaching and intercultural education: Making critical connections. Intercultural Education, 23, 15-23.
Senyshyn, R.M. and Chamberlin-Quinlisk, C.R.(2009). Assessing effective partnerships in intercultural education: Transformative learning as a tool for evaluation. Communication Teacher, 23(4),167-178.
Senyshyn, R.M. (2001). Learning cross-cultural competencies: Implications for international management education. Perspectives in Higher Education Reform. Proceedings of the 11th Annual International Conference of Alliance of Universities for Democracy, Volume 10, Sofia, Bulgaria.
Senyshyn, R.M., Warford, M., & Zhan, J. (2000). Academic and non-academic issues of adjustment to American higher education. Journal of International Education, 30(1) 17-35
Senyshyn, R.M., (2000). Strategies for teaching culture in Business English. Publication of Proceedings of the World Congress of Applied Linguistics, Tokyo, Japan.
Senyshyn, R.M. (2000). Designing a course in intercultural communication. Perspectives in Higher Education Reform. Proceedings of the 10th Annual Internaional Conference of Alliance of Universities for Democracy, Volume 9, Budapest, Hungary.
ENGL/ESL 004: Basic Writing
ENGL/ESL 015: Rhetoric and Composition
ENGL/ESL 202D: Business Writing
EDUC 466: Foundations of Teaching English as a Second Language
EDUC 469: Teaching Methods and Assessment of English as a Second Language
CAS 084: FYE Culture and Communication
CAS 100B: Effective Speech
CAS 271: Introduction to Intercultural Communication
CAS 471: Theory and Research in Intercultural Communication
CI 280: Introduction to Teaching English to English Language Learners