Angela Dadak. For almost three decades, Angela Dadak has worked with English language students, teachers, and professionals across four continents. In her current position with American University's Writing Studies Program, Dr. Dadak works with English-as-an-Additional-Language students, both international and domestic, as they adjust to US academic work, culture, and writing. Dr. Dadak holds a PhD in English from Old Dominion University, an MATESOL from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, and a BA in Russian Area Studies from Dartmouth College. Her current areas of research and teaching interest include second-language writing, multilingual composition, plurilingual pedagogies, language awareness, linguistic landscapes, curriculum development, student support, and faculty development. Her teaching at AU focuses on undergraduate writing and on inquiry related to language diversity, and she conducts workshops and guest lectures on topics related to multilingualism for students, faculty, and staff across the university. She has presented talks and workshops at AAAL, CCCC, TESOL, SSLW and WRAB.