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Stephen Foulkrod

Stephen Foulkrod

Instructor, English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Languages, Literatures and Linguistics

216 HB Crouse Hall

    Research and Teaching Interests

    Stephen's research interests include: developing a highly engaging, student-centered approach to learning, academic discourse and critical thinking.  In addition, he is exploring the cultural, linguistic and educational differences among international students studying in U.S. universities.  He is a contributing author of a book titled, Learner's Privilege and Responsibility: A Critical Examination of the Experiences and Perspectives of Learners from Chinese Backgrounds in the United States; his chapter is titled, Different Educational Norms and Linguistic Proficiency: Looking at Chinese Students’ Classroom Participation and Social Interaction on a U.S. University Campus.


    ENL 201-Intermediate English for Non-native Speakers

    ENL 202-Intermediate English for Non-native Speakers

    ENL 211-Composition for Non-native Speakers of English

    ENL 213-Advanced Academic Writing and Research for Non-native Speakers of English

    ENL 615-Enhancing Listening, Speaking and Presentation Skills in English


    M. A. TESOL, LeMoyne College
    M.S.T. Education, Lemoyne College
    B.A. Economics, St. John Fisher College


    ESL Instructor, Syracuse University 
    ESL Lecturer, Rochester Institute of Technology
    Business English Instructor, English Language Institute
    Pronunciation Instructor, English Language Institute
    Academic Director, ELS SUNY Brockport
    Data Analyst, Xerox Corporation
    Marketing Analyst, Xerox Corporation

    Other interests

    Stephen is also passionate about soccer, archery, fly fishing, dog training, disc golf and gardening.