Dr. Marie Webb teaches undergraduate and graduate writing and communication courses in the EMS program as well as TESOL minor courses in the UCSB linguistics department. She completed her PhD in English Composition and Applied Linguistics at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She has taught English composition and adult English language courses since 2010 in a wide range of settings in the USA, Japan, China, and Korea including community colleges, universities, and private language institutions.
Dr. Webb has research interests in female leadership identity in TESOL, L2 writing teacher identities in composition and applied linguistics, and computer assisted language learning (CALL)—where she is widely cited for her contributions to flipped classroom instruction. She continues to write and publish her scholarly work across composition, TESOL, and applied linguistics and enjoys working with her colleagues on collaborative writing. Some of the journals she has contributed include Computer Assisted Language Learning, Writing Program Administration, TESOL Journal, and CATESOL Journal.