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language educator

Irina Zhilina, American language educator. Regional Scholars Exchange Program fellow, 1998-1999, 2003. Volunteer Chernobyl Children-United Kingdom, 1999—2003; volunteer International Students Center Princeton University, since 2003; trustee Twin Cities Aberdeen-Gomel, 1991—2003; Member of Teachers English to Speakers Other Languages.

Background

Zhilina, Irina was born on April 23, 1952 in Vladimir, Russia. Arrived in United States, 1998, naturalized, 2008. Daughter of Cyril and Olga Arkhangelsky.

Education

Master of Education in English Language, State Linguistic University, Minsk, Belarus, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy in Pegagogy and Psychology Teaching, High Attestation Commission, Moscow, 1988.

Career

Associate professor Scorina State University, Gomel, Belarus, 1974—2003. Adjunct lecr. Rutgers University, New Jersey, since 2004. Adjunct lecturer Pace University, New York City, since 2007.

Adjunct instructor Union County College, Elizabeth, New Jersey, since 2004.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Volunteer Chernobyl Children-United Kingdom, 1999—2003. Volunteer International Students Center Princeton University, since 2003. Trustee Twin Cities Aberdeen-Gomel, 1991—2003.

Member of Teachers English to Speakers Other Languages.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, travel, music, theater.

Connections

1 child Dmitry Zhilin.

father:
Cyril Arkhangelsky

mother:
Olga Arkhangelsky

child:
Dmitry Zhilin Zhilina