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Syracuse University, College of Arts and Sciences

Seungmin Yun

Yun portrait

Assistant Teaching Professor

English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

Korean Language Coordinator

Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics

334 HB Crouse Hall

Research and Teaching Interests

Seungmin Yun has been teaching ESOL courses at university level for 8 years. Based on her teaching, she is working on material development for EAP courses focusing on the simulation based approach. Her major research interest lies on intercultural pragmatics, code-switching, and language socialization of bilingual children.


  • Intermediate/Advanced academic writing courses for Non-native Speakers of English
  • Freshmen composition course for international undergraduate students
  • ITA training- Oral proficiency
  • Research Writing for international graduate students​
  • Academic English for international graduate students
  • Korean Language I
  • Korean Language II
  • Korean Language III
  • Korean Language IV


  • Ph.D., TESL/Applied Linguistics, Oklahoma State University (2015)
  • M.A., TESL/Applied Linguistics, Oklahoma State University (2009)
  • B.A., Bachelor of Education, Elementary Education, Gongju National University of Education, S. Korea



  • Yun, S. (2013). UNIVERSITY GRANTS FOR CLUB ACTIVITIES. In G. Halleck (Ed.), Composition simulations. (pp. 13-36). Dubuque: Kendal Hunt.
  • Yun, S. (2013). VERICHIP. In G. Halleck (Ed.), Composition simulations. (pp. 173-186). Dubuque: Kendal Hunt.


  • Yun, S. (2015). [Review of the book Internationalization of East Asian Higher Education by J. D. Palmer, A. Roberts, Y. H. Cho, & G. S. Ching]. Journal of International Students, 5(2), 204-205.


  • Yun, S. (2014). Integrating the VERICHIP simulation into EAP courses: A descriptive analysis. Hawaii University International Conferences (HUIC) 2014.