Dr. Clyde Coreil Associate
firstname.lastname@example.org 201.200.3087 Karnoutsos 205 ESL ProgramDr.
Clyde Coreil holds a Ph.D. in lingustics from the City University of New York
and an M.F.A. in playwriting and theater from Carnegie Mellon University in
Pittsburgh. His main interests at NJCU include finding ways to combine the
teaching of academic writing with the imagination.
He is co-chair of the
annual Conference on the Role of the Imagination in Language Learning, which is
now in its fourteenth year, and editor of an annual Journal which treats the
same theme. Dr. Coreil is an active playwright, whose most recent work deals
with a young American woman teacher and an undercover North Vietnamese officer
who fall deeply in love during the Vietnam War. Coreil wrote the book, lyrics
and music for this piece. A more recent full-length musical, "Homelands," is
about a handicapped sparrow who chooses service to his flock over the new found
wonders of flight.Dr. Coreil is serving as Coordinator of the ESL
Program. He is listed in Who's Who in