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About Dustin De Felice

Dustin De Felice, PhD is very close to reaching his twentieth year in Adult Education. He is the director of the English Language Center (https://elc.msu.edu/) at Michigan State University and he is an Assistant Professor in the Master of Arts in Foreign Language Teaching Program (http://maflt.cal.msu.edu/). In addition to his administrative responsibilities, he teaches courses on Language Concepts in Foreign Language Teaching, Pedagogical Grammar, and Technology in Foreign Language Classrooms. In his previous life, he was an ESL Instructor at a number of community-based organizations in the Chicagoland area including the Albany Park Community Center where he served as the director of the Citizenship Preparation program.
In his academic life, he holds a B.A. from Northeastern Illinois University in Speech Communication with a minor in Spanish and Linguistics. He also earned an M.A. in Linguistics with a concentration in TESL from the same esteemed institution. Finally, he completed his doctoral studies in 2013 and successfully defended his dissertation in December of 2012.
Over the years, he has also dabbled in fiction writing and classroom workbooks. His work can be found at http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/dustindefelice and on Barnes & Noble.com at

Positions

2018 - Present Director, Michigan State University ‐ English Language Center
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August 2013 - Present Assistant Professor, Michigan State University ‐ Master of Arts in Foreign Language Teaching
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