Uju Anya Biography, Wikipedia, Net worth, Husband
Uju Anya Biography, Wikipedia, Net worth, Husband – Uju Anya is a professor of applied linguistics and a researcher at Carnegie Mellon University. Her critical discourse studies mainly focus on how African American students experience race, gender, sexual orientation, and social class identities when they learn new languages. She was born to a Trinidadian mother and a Nigerian father on August 4, 1976. Uju is a native of the state of Enugu.
Uju Anya Bio
|Age||46 years old|
|Date Of Birth||4 August 1976|
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Uju Anya’s Educational Qualifications
|College or University||The University of California, Brown University, Dartmouth|
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|Net Worth In Dollars||1 Million|
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Uju Anya Career
Uju began working for Phillips Academy Andover in 1998 as a Teaching Fellow, where she now teaches high school Spanish immersion courses at the introductory and intermediate levels.
She started working as a guest lecturer at the Dartmouth College Department of Spanish and Portuguese in 2001. In this role, Uju oversaw the methodology and curriculum for the Portuguese programme, which included cutting-edge multimedia tools, inquiry-based learning, a social focus, and a critical language studies concentration on Afro-Brazilian culture.
In 2003, Uju began working as a Master Teacher at the Rassias Centre for World Languages and Cultures. She created Portuguese language courses for American CEOs in Brazil as well as English language immersion courses for executives in Tokyo, Japan. Uju served as a lecturer of Spanish and Portuguese at the UCLA Department of Spanish and Portuguese from 2005 to 2007.
She later worked as a Lecturer, Applied Linguistics & Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) with the UCLA Department of Applied Linguistics. In that capacity, Uju taught academic writing and research techniques, TESL, applied linguistics for graduate and undergraduate students, and service-learning in TESL courses.
Uju also received a position at Pennsylvania State University’s College of Education as an assistant professor of clinical education.Uju also received a position at Pennsylvania State University’s College of Education as an assistant professor of clinical education. The Pennsylvania State University’s College of Education appointed Uju as an assistant professor of second language learning in 2016 and a research affiliate in the department of curriculum and instruction.