Sulaiman Jenkins

Sulaiman Jenkins
Johns Hopkins University | JHU · Institute for NanoBioTechnology

Doctor of Education

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Introduction
Sulaiman Jenkins accepted a position to work as the Director of Academic Programs at the Johns Hopkins Institute for Nanobiotechnology. Sulaiman does research in sociolinguistics, contrastive rhetoric, language and culture and is adamant about promoting social justice in the field of TESOL with regards to nativespeakerism. Sulaiman is also an NYU Steinhardt alum (04).

Publications

Publications (10)
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Article
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Article
Through the lens of raciolinguistics, this nascent study examines the mobility/ immobility of two African American Muslim TESOL teachers (AAMTT) working in Saudi Arabia higher education (HE) context. The data were collected through interviews and autobiographies in order to examine the participants’ lived experiences and their stories. It also expl...
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This commentary responds to the approach used in establishing a plagiarism policy for preparatory year students at a medical university in Saudi Arabia. While appropriating others’ ideas and passing them off as one’s own is considered unethical in Western academia, the concept of textual ownership varies from culture to culture. Thus, this paper in...
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This brief commentary investigates the potential success and growth of Saudi Arabia's human resource infrastructure in light of tremendous issues regarding students' motivation to learn.

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Projects (2)
Project
This project was conducted to analyze the pedagogical, administrative, and cultural factors involved in developing a university wide plagiarism policy at a medical university in Saudi Arabia.
Project
This will be a brief investigation into EFL student perspectives (at a medical university in Saudi Arabia) on process writing.