Dr Wang has worked at Edinburgh, Newcastle, Birmingham City and York St John Universities while and after her doctorate study with the University of York. She then returned to York to join the dynamic and rapidly growing academic team. Before this, she worked in China and Saudi Arabia for several years.
Dr Wang's research interests focus on the cross-cultural and cross-language impacts on EFL/ESL users’ academic writing process and product, L1 & L2 acquisition, EFL teacher training and relevant fields. She has presented in national and international conferences such as the 2017 BALEAP annual Conference and has published articles. She also supervises Master student dissertations.
Me (2019). The avoidance of phrasal verbs by adult Chinese immigrants: The effective exposure to the L2 environment, language proficiency and the causes of avoidance behaviour. The Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 6(2), 118-137.
Me (2021) (In print). A case study of an EAP teacher training programme in a British-Chinese cooperative university in China: Making the transition from general English teachers to academic English teachers. The Asian ESP Journal.
2017 BALEAP annual Conference, Bristol
2016 GSoE (Graduate School of Education) Annual Doctoral Conference, University of Bristol, Bristol
2015 Kaleidoscope Conference, University of Cambridge, Cambridge
2015 Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, University of York, York
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