Wayne Stein, Ph. D
Assistant Professor English Department
University of Central Oklahoma
100 N. University Dr., Box 184
Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 974-5618, voice mail
Academic Titles: Director of Composition and Rhetoric, 1997-98, 1999- Present
Technical Advisor to Online Writing Lab (OWL), 1997- 2000
Webmaster of the English Department 1995- Present
Webmaster of the College of Liberal Arts, 1996-1998
President Oklahoma Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
Education: Doctoral Degree, English (TESL); Rhetoric (Option)
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078,
December 19, 1997.
Master of Arts in English, Contemporary Literature University of Central Oklahoma (UCO), Edmond OK 73034, May 10, 1991.
Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, UCO May 8, 1992.
Bachelor of Arts in English, UCO July 29, 1988.
Teaching Experience: Assistant Professor, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma 73034,
Lecturer, 97- Spring University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma.
Adjunct Instructor, Fall 91- Spring 1996. University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma.
High School Instructor. Daewon Foreign Language High School, Seoul, Korea, 1989. English as a Foreign Language (EFL).
Teaching Interests: Electronic Rhetoric, Modern Rhetoric, Asian American Literature, First-year Composition (ESL), First-year Composition, World Literature II, Psycholinguistics, Teaching English as a Second Language.
Cyber Courses: Electronic Rhetoric, Introduction into Web Design and Hypertext Theory, Exploring CyberRhetoric Spring 1999, Fall 2000.
Online Courses: World Literature II (Fall 1999, Spr 2001, Sum 2001, Sum 2002), Asian American Literature (Spr 2002, Sumr 2002), History of Rhetoric II (Spr 2000, Fall 2002). History of Rhetoric I (Spr 2001).
October 25-6, 2002 Making A Difference One Student at a Time. Oklahoma Teachers
of English to Speakers of Other Languages (OKTESOL) Hilton
Northwest, Oklahoma City, OK
March 29-30, 2002 Buddhism in the Heartland: Being Mindful of Everyday Life. The Third
Annual Oklahoma Buddhist Conference. BLISS University of Central
Oklahoma (170 participants)
November 8-10, 2001 Respecting Diversity in Languages and Culture. 20th Oklahoma Teachers
of English to Speakers of Other Languages Conference (OKTESOL). Marriott
Southern Hills, Tulsa OK
April 1, 2000 First Annual Oklahoma Buddhist Conference. BLISS University of
April 27, 2002 OKTESOL Spring Conference Tulsa.
April 19, 2002 Kung Fu Films for the West: The Fake Fist of a Genre OCTE
April 10, 2002 Synergy of a Joint Conference. TESOL International Conference
2002 Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages TESOL Salt
Lake City, Utah
2002 SISSI, Colorado Springs, Colorado
April 16, 1999 "The Unintentional/intentionality: Plagiarism, Diversity
and the Third Eye Blind." National Writing Centers Conference, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana,
March 24, 1999 "Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's Dictee: Boundaries and
Identities." The Sixth Annual Pacific Rim Series International Symposium, Western Pacific Institute, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK.
February 8, 1997. “Language, Composing and the Other: Its Relationship to the Mystical Rhetoric of Gorgias.” Ninth Annual Conference on Linguistics and Literature, University of North Texas, Denton, Tex.
Spring, 1997 "Laughing Buddha." International Humor Society Conference, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK.
November 9, 1996. "Out of the Labyrinth of Deception: Theresa Hak Kyung
Cha’s Dictee, Language as Enchantress." Annual Pacific Ancient Modern Language Association (PAMLA), Irvine, Cal.
April 1, 1995 "How to Create A Game for ESL Students" with Mary Spelman and Tania Salies, Ninth Annual Convention and Exposition of TESOL, Long Beach, California,
"A Menendez Trial Simulation to Stimulate Students in a Composition Class": The International Simulation and Gaming Association, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, July 26, 1994.
"Celebrations: A Board Game Exploring American Holidays" with Mary Spelman: Twenty-fifth Anniversary Conference for the International Simulation and Gaming Association, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, July 26, 1994.
Kung Fu Films: Enter the False Genre. the Oklahoma Council of Teachers of English
November 9, 2001 "Jackie Chan in Hollywood: Using Films to Teach Cultural Diversity and Language Skills." Oklahoma Teachers of English as a Second Language (OKTESOL) Tulsa,. Conference Chair.
March 2001 Second Annual Oklahoma Buddhist Conference,
“Zen and Kurosawa: Samurai Director,” University of Oklahoma, Norman.
April 2000. First Annual Oklahoma Buddhist Conference, University of Central Oklahoma, Conference Chair. 140 participants.
October 30, 1999. "The Buddhist Path: Achieving Peace of Mind Through Meditation." 2nd Annual Women's Fair, Women's Bold Journeys: Weaving Justice and Hope, St. Luke's, Oklahoma City,
November, 1999. "Pop Goes the Culture: Shock of the New " OKTESOL
Conference, Rose State College, Midwest City,
March 2, 1999. "Games People Play: Mixing Fun and Language Learning" with Mary Spelman and Keisha Duke, Presentation, 16th Annual Multicultural Education Institute, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034,
Spring 1998 “Language Learning and the Internet.” OKTESOL Spring Conference, Stroud Oklahoma.
1998. "Tearing Its Head Off: The Monster Research Paper." with Jill Harney and Mary Spelman OKTESOL Conference, Stillwater, OSU.
March 7, 1998. “Cultural Awareness in the Writing Center” with Fuxia Wang. Fifteenth Annual Multicultural Education Institute, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK.
March 2, 1996. "Using Cyberspace to Promote Multicultural Awareness" with Mary Spelman, Presentation, 13th Annual Multicultural Education Institute, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK.
Oct 19, 1996. “Ascending the Wall of Language: Newsletters and E-Zines as Climbing Tools.” Fifteenth Annual OKTESOL Conference. Oklahoma City, OK.
Nov 11, 1995. "The Cyberspace Connection for Language Learning" with Mary Spelman. 1995 OKTESOL Convention, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, OK,
April 22, 1995. "Using Internet Access in the Language Classroom," with Mary Spelman, Spring Convention at the Linguistic, Language, and Literacy College Section of the Oklahoma Council of Teachers of English, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK.
April 8, 1995. "Celebration: Using Simulations and Games in the ESL
Classroom" with Mary Spelman. 12th Annual Multicultural
Education Institute, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK.
Nov 11, 1995. "The Cyberspace Connection for Language Learning" with Mary Spelman. 1995 OKTESOL Convention, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, OK.
March 24, 1995 "The Death of Dr. Fu Manchu: The Transmigration of the Asian American Consciousness," First Annual Minority Graduate Research Symposium. Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.
Nov. 12, 1994. "Celebrations: Creating Games for ESL Students" with Mary Spelman. The Thirteenth Annual OKTESOL Conference, Harrison House, Guthrie, OK,
Nov. 13, 1993. "The Silent Scream: Anxiety in Second Language Acquisition, A Vygotskyan and Bakhtinian Perspective," The Twelfth Annual OKTESOL Conference, Century Center Plaza, Oklahoma City, OK.
ESL Assessment Workshop
Research Paper Workshop
Guest Lecturer and Host: “Web Publishing.” Intro to the Novel. Dr. Wert Feb 25, 2000.
“Create a Web Site.” Tech Writing. Dr. Knight Feb 2, 2000.
“Developing Zines for Classes: Broncho Zine.” Distance Learning Seminar. Dec 2 1999.
“Web Designing” Advance Technical Writing. Dr. Knight Sept 2, 1999.
"Do You Believe in Miracles?" Grand Seminar. UCO Buddhist Society. Dr. Wayne Stein. Oct 24, 1997.
"Differences Between Mahayana and Thereveta
Buddhism" History 4913, US-East Asian Relations for Dr. Xiao-Bing Li University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034, Oct 11, 1995.
"Racism, Sexism and Cultural Differences Explored in David Hwang's M. Butterfly," English 2283, American Literature for Dr. LaMona Evans, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034, July 18, 1995.
"Beyond Becoming and Karma, Beyond Buddhism," History 4913 United States-Asian Relationship for Dr. Xiao-Bing Li, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034, June 14, 1995.
"An Ox Tale: Ten Steps Along the Spiritual Path of Buddhism," History 4743, Modern China and Japan for Dr. Xiao-Bing Li University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034, April 12, 1995.
Grants Awarded $2000.00 UCO Faculty Research Grant for Online Curriculum Development.
$500.00 TESOL Affliate Travel Grant Summer 2000
Awards: $1000.00 Faculty Merit Award for Teaching 2001
$500.00 Faculty Merit Award for Service 2000
Academic Honors: Sociedad Nacional Hispanica Sigma Delta Pi
National Spanish Honors Society, Sept 28, '93 President's Honor Roll, Sum '80, Sum '90
Fee-Waiver Scholarship, Tuition paid, Fall '90
Dean's Honor Roll, Spr '88, Spr '90, Fall '90, Spr '91
Online Publications: English Department Online (UCO)
Liberal Arts Online (UCO) With Kunga Tshring,
Aikido Club Online (UCO)
Online Writing Lab (OWL, UCO) With Eric Lee,
<http://www.asc.uco.edu/owl> 1998- Present.
Publications: Editor: Red Dirt Reader. Longman Publishers, 2002.
"Mulan and Other Gender Benders." Oklahoma Chinese
Times, October, 1999. A5.
"Roses are Red: A New Challenge," OKTESOL Newsletter, October 1999.
"Eating a Bowl of the Tea: Cultural Awareness of
Intellectual Property" OKTESOL Newsletter. Summer
"The Wild Wild East and the Spy Who Was Stereotyped." Oklahoma Chinese Times, August 1999 A5.
"My Electric Dog Ate My Paper."
OKTESOL Newsletter. Spring 1999.
"Virtual Education." OKTESOL Newsletter, 18.3 October 1998.
"Fire In Washington, Heat in Oklahoma"
Malaysian Student Association 1998 Yearbook (Fall)
University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034.
"The Weather of the Mind," Buddhist Learning International Student Association (BLISS) 1996 Yearbook (Spring) University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034.
Chapter, Edited Volume "Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's Dictee, Exorcisms from
Demons: A Reunification with the Korean Spirit." in Korea and Regional Geopolitics, Walter Jung and Xiao-Bing Li (editors). New York: University Press of America, 1998.
"Welcome to Restaurant UCO," The Chinese Student Association. 1996
Yearbook (Spring) University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034.
"The Unstoppable, the Unthinkable: Throwing a Flower into a Flame": The Buddhist Association 1995Yearbook (Fall) University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034.
"Culture Shock in Oklahoma," The Chinese Student
Association 1995 Yearbook (Fall), University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond
"Vijayaletchimi Varadarajulla's 'Oklahoma: Through the Eyes of an Outsider'," Purpose and Process: A Reader for Writers 2nd edition, New Jersey: Simon & Schuster Pub. 1994.
"The Silent Scream: Anxiety in Second Language Acquisition, A Vygotskyan and Bakhtinian Perspective." OKTESOL 1993 Proceedings, 43-65.
E-Publication Online Basics
Summer 2000 Beyond Methodology: What Language Teachers Need to Know About Teaching and Learning. Textbook Proposal, TESL Prentice Hall
Spring 2001 “Perspective on Contemporary Issues“ by Ackley, Harcourt
Spring 2000 “Pocket Keys for Writers” by Anne Raimes, Houghton Mifflin
Spring 2000 “Basics” 3rd Ed by Santi Buscemi, McGraw Hill
Sponsor of Student
1999-Present. Budo Society
Summer 1997 - 1999. Aikido Club and Kendo Practice
Fall 1996-Present Buddhist Learning International Student Society (BLISS)
Summer 1994- Spring 1995 Buddhist Association
Fall 1998 - Spring 1999 T-PAC
Fall 1995 - Spring 1999 Malaysian Student Association (MSA)
Fall 1999 - Spring 2000 Taiwanese Student Association (TSA)
Fall 1996 - Spring 1999 Chinese Student Association (CSA)
Host Family Experience: Two Korean high school students stayed in my home
Eleventh Annual Oklahoma Experience, University of Central Oklahoma and Daewon Foreign Language High School, Seoul, Korea. Summer 1995.
2000-2001 Student Technology Fee Committee, LA Rep
1999-2000 Media Center Reorganization Committee. LA Rep
General Education Assessment Team
1998-2000 Distance Learning Committee
UCO Representative for Oklahoma Distance Learning Association (ODLA).
1997-1998 President Partners Scholastic Achievement Award (PPSAA) Screening Committee
Spring 2001 Grade Appeal
Spring 2001 Grade Appeal
Spring 2001 LA Web Site Committee
1999-2000. Student Technologies Committee. English Department Rep.
1998-1999 Faculty Computing Team
1997-1998 Faculty Computing Team
2001-2002 First-year Composition, Chair, Adjunct Mentoring System, New Text Book Adoption, TURNITIN.COM
TA Hiring Committee
Red Dirt Reader Committee, Writing Contest, Research Grant for TA
2000-2001 First-year Composition, Chair
Mentor to New Faculty,
1999-2000 First-year, Chair
Ad Hoc TESL Committee (Create TESL MA Option)
Spring 2000 TA Hiring Committee
First-year Composition, Chair
Personnel Committee, (Chair for Screening Committee for Position #20029)
Teacher Education Interviews: Committee VI (Chair)
Internet Computer Advisor, English Technology, Fall- Spring 1995-1996.
Advisor, Adjunct Committee, Chair:
University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034, Fall - Spring of 1996.
Examination Supervisor, Annual High School Scholastic Tournament, "Mind Games," The Spelling Event University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034, 1994-1999.
Symposium Facilitator, Annual Liberal Arts Cross Current Student Symposium, The "Multi-Cultural" Sessions, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034, 1993 - 1999.
Writing Lab Tutor, Liberal Arts English Writing Lab
Director Dr. Betty Jo Knight, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034, 1992 - 1995.
A Conference Host, South Central Renaissance Conference, Hilton Northwest, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, April 7, 1995.
Community Service: Kindergarten Webmaster, Russell Dougherty Elementary, 1999-2000.
Instructor of English , International Buddhist Progressive Society (IBPS)
Conversation Class, Fall 1995.
Membership: President, 2001-2002; President Elect 2000-2001; Webmaster (1996-Present); Chair of Computer Assisted Language Learning (96-99) Oklahoma Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages (OKTESOL) <http://www.libarts.uco.edu/english/oktesol>.
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)
Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States (MELUS)
Recommendations: Available upon request