She has received her B.A. from Bilkent University and M.B.A. from Baskent University, Ankara, Turkey. She has received her M.A. from Texas Tech University in Applied Linguistics and French Literature and Language. She has been teaching Turkish language and culture courses at Stanford since 2010 at various levels. Both graduate and undergraduate students may enroll. Graduate students may enroll for fewer credits. She is one of the first participants of “iPads for Learning Initiative Program” funded by Stanford University, Academic Computing Services & Center for Teaching and Learning which enabled her students to use iPads as a learning tool. She holds “ACTFL - Oral Proficiency Interview Tester Certification” for Turkish and also served as a taskforce member for “Online Publication of Turkish Annotations and Samples” by ACTFL. ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines for Turkish: http://www.actfl.org/publications/guidelines-and-manuals/actfl-proficiency-guidelines-2012/turkish.
AMELANG 15T: Intermediate to Advanced Turkish Conversation (Spring)
AMELANG 185A: Second-Year Turkish, First Quarter (Autumn)
AMELANG 185B: Second-Year Turkish, Second Quarter (Winter)
AMELANG 185C: Second-Year Turkish, Third Quarter (Spring)
AMELANG 84A: Accelerated First-Year Turkish, Part 1 (Autumn)
AMELANG 84B: Accelerated First-Year Turkish, part 2 (Winter)
AMELANG 395: Graduate Studies in African and Middle Eastern Languages (Autumn, Winter)