Department of English

Department of English

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  • English Language Research
  • English Language Teaching
  • English Language Training
  • Foreign Service
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Vision & Mission

Vision

Dedicated to the ideals of St. Thomas Aquinas and the tradition of excellence of the University, the Department of English envisions dynamic, innovative, and relevant English language programs for the development of communicatively competent, socially committed, and globally competitive learners, teachers, researchers, and other professionals.

Mission

The Department of English is dedicated to the development of programs that will support students in achieving their full potentials, faculty in teaching and researching, and professionals in practicing in their fields.

Objectives

The Department of English aims to strengthen students’ competencies in the English language and enrich their knowledge of the discipline. It also aims to provide opportunities for the practical application of competencies acquired in the workplace.

Research Journal

The Asian Journal of English Language Studies (AJELS) is the official journal of the Department of English of the University of Santo Tomas (UST), the oldest university in Asia. It is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to provide current literature to those concerned with research in the realm of English language studies and English language teaching and learning, either as a second or a foreign language.

AJELS annually publishes articles primarily concerned with the following: (1) the theories that underpin English language acquisition, teaching, and learning; (2) the contentious issues relevant to the international and intranational use of English; and (3) the structure of English. Thus, the journal features empirical and descriptive studies marking significant academic and practical advances in the fields of theoretical linguistics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, multilingualism, stylistics, language and the law, language education, and language policy.

ISSN 2350-773X

Administrators and Faculty Members

Asst. Prof. Evalyn B. Abiog, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Reading Education

Asst. Prof. Josephine B. Alarcon, MAT

Master of Arts in Teaching, major in English Language Arts

Assoc. Prof. Arnold O. Aldaba, MA

Master of Arts in Communication Management

Asst. Prof. Jocelyn A. Amongo, MEd

Master of Education

Asst. Prof. Mildred M. Antonio, MAT

Master of Arts in Teaching, major in English Language Arts

Assoc. Prof. Maria Rosario R. Aranda, MEM

Master of Educational Management

Asst. Prof. Maria Regina P. Arriero, MEng

Master of English

Assoc. Prof. Alejandro S. Bernardo, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy, major in English

Asst. Prof. Gertrudes M. Callangan, MA

Master of Arts in Education, major in English

Asst. Prof. Jean R. Celino, MA

Master of Arts in English

Asst. Prof. Judith Ma. Angelica S. Claustro, MEng

Master in English

Ms. Abigail M. Deabanico, MA

Master of Arts, major in English Studies

Ms. Michelle A. Desierto, MA

Master of Arts in English

Asst. Prof. Sheila N. Gabe, MA

Master of Arts in English Language Education

Mr. John Paulo Q. Herrera, MA

Master of Arts in English Language Education

Asst. Prof. Raquel R. Jimenez, MA

Master of Arts in English, major in Second Language Teaching

Ms. Elizabeth D. Kapulong, MA

Master of Arts in Education, major in Language Education / Language Teaching

Asst. Prof. Selenne Anne S. Leynes, MEng, Ll. B.

Master of English

Bachelor of Laws

Prof. Rachelle B. Lintao, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy, major in English Language Studies

Assoc. Prof. Rodrigo A. Litao, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Management

Prof. Marilu R. Madrunio, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Linguistics

Assoc. Prof. Alice T. Maghuyop, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Language Teaching and Communication

Ms. Janice D. Mendoza, MA

Master of Arts in Teaching English Language

Assoc. Prof. Rosalyn G. Mirasol, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Reading Education

Asst. Prof. Marlene L. Navera, MA

Master of Arts in Educational Management and Planning

Asst. Prof. Bernadette L. Orias, MLit

Master of Literature

Assoc. Prof. Andres Julio V. Santiago, Jr., PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in English

Asst. Prof. Emelito F. Sarmago, MEd

Master of Education, major in English

Asst. Prof. Maria Corazon S. Sauz, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Reading Education

Asst. Prof. Virginia A. Sembrano, MEng

Master of English

Asst. Prof. Veronico N. Tarrayo, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy, major in English Language Studies

Asst. Prof. Pia Patricia P. Tenedero, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Linguistics

Asst. Prof. Katrina Ninfa M. Topacio, MA

Master of Arts in English

Asst. Prof. Anna Maria Gloria S. Ward, MA

Master of Arts in English Language Teaching

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