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I am a Language Technology Specialist Faculty at the Center for Language and Technology (CLT), the National Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC), and the Language Flagship Technology Innovation Center at the University of Hawaii at Manoa (UHM), where I work on various projects aimed at enhancing world language education through technology. Prior to joining the UHM in 2014, I had worked as an Instructional Technology Specialist at Yale University's Center for Language Study.

I hold a Ph.D. degree in Applied Linguistics and Technology with a minor in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Iowa State University.

Being at the intersection of applied linguistics and instructional technology, my research interests lie in the areas of computer-assisted language learning (CALL), blended learning, online learning, language testing and assessment (with the focus on L2 listening), project-based language learning (PBLL), multimodality, and eye tracking. To learn more about my academic and professional endeavors, check my curriculum vitae (PDF, last update in August 2018).

In addition to traveling and photography being my passion, I enjoy outdoor activities, international cuisine, and music.