Profile

Lucie Moussu, PhD

Dr. Lucie Moussu is an Associate Professor in Writing Studies (Interdisciplinary Studies) and in her home Department, English & Film Studies, as well as Academic Director of the University of Alberta’s Centre for Writers (since 2009). At Ryerson University, in Toronto, she worked for three years as Assistant Professor in Applied Linguistics, Coordinator of ESL writing courses, and Director of the Writing Centre. She is currently the Immediate Past-President of the Canadian Writing Centres’ Association (CWCA) and organized the 2016 CWCA’s conference in Calgary (bringing to the association its first ever SSHRC conference funding).
Her research interests include Second Language Writing, writing centre administration, and the strengths of native and nonnative English-speaking ESL/EFL teachers. She has published research articles in Language Teaching; TESOL Quarterly; The TESL Canada Journal; The TESOL Journal; Essential Teacher; WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship; TESL Reporter; ESC: English Studies in Canada; and English for Specific Purposes.

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Education PhD, ESL
Purdue University
MA, TESOL
Brigham Young University
BA, Design and English
Brigham Young University
Current Position Academic Director, Centre for Writers
Current Affiliation University of Alberta
Languages French, English, Spanish
Phone +1.780.492.9582
Email moussu@ualberta.ca