Ph.D. in Teaching English as a Second language, Purdue University
M.A. in English Philology, Translation Studies, & Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Far Eastern National University
Reflective practice in teacher education
English language curriculum for adults in volunteer-based community programs
TESOL training for PK-12 educators and volunteer ESL teachers
Lawrick, E. (2016). Part II. Domains of English use in Russia: Scholarship. In Z. G. Proshina & A. Eddy (Eds.) Russian English: History, functions, and features (pp.149-160). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Eddy, A., Ivankova, T. & Lawrick, E. (2016). Part II. Domains of English use in Russia: Scholarship. Mass Media. In Z. G. Proshina & A. Eddy (Eds.) Russian English: History, functions, and features (pp.172-180). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Lawrick, E. , & Eseilli, F. (2015). Familiar strangers: International students in U.S. universities. In N. Evans & N. Anderson (Eds.) ESL Readers and writers in U.S. higher education: Understanding challenges, providing support (pp.80-94). Routledge, NY.
Lawrick, E. (2013). Students in the First Year ESL Writing Program: Revisiting the notion of “Traditional” ESL. Writing Program Administration: Journal of the Council of Writing Program Administrators, 36(2), 27-58.
Esseili, F., McIntosh, K., Torres, C., Lawrick, E., McMartin-Miller & Chang (2009).World Englishes: Practical implications for teaching and research. INTESOL Journal, 6(1), 7-22.
Lawrick, E. (2011). Review of English around the World [Review of the book English around the world by E. W. Schneider]. THE LINGUST LIST.
Ph.D. in Educational Leadership committee chair, member, & reader
Ph.D. committee member (Immaculata University)
Graduate Research Fellowship Program research mentor
TESOL International Association
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE)
Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators (PAC-TE)