Rie Masuda

Rie Masuda

Senior Lecturer and Japanese Program Coordinator

313-577-3002 Main office

ad9560@wayne.edu

2021 WINTER

ONLINE Office hour: MW 2:30-3:30 &  T/Th 2:00-2:30

any afternoon on Fridays by appointment(s)

 

Rie Masuda

Department

Classical and Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (CMLLC)

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  •  Language Testing

Education

  • Educational Specialist Certificate: Education: Curriculum and Instruction: Foreign Language Education, Wayne State University, May 2010
  • Michigan Teaching Certificate: Japanese and English, University of Detroit Mercy, September 1998
  • Master of Arts and Program Certificate: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), University of Northern Iowa, August 1994
  • Program Certificate: Japanese Pedagogy, Columbia University, July 1992
  • Bachelor of Arts: British and American English, Osaka High School Teaching License: English, Osaka Middle School Teaching License: English, and Program Certificate: Japanese Pedagogy, Kansai University of Foreign Studies, March 1991

Awards and grants

  • 2018 Foreign Language Technology Center mini grant: Wayne State University
    2016 US and Japan Relations Grant: Japan Business Society of Detroit Foundation
    2015 Foreign Language Technology Center mini grant: Wayne State University
    2015 Educational Development Grant: Japan Business Society of Detroit Foundation
    2014 US and Japan Relations Grant: Japan Business Society of Detroit Foundation
    2014 Foreign Language Technology Center mini grant: Wayne State University
    2013 US and Japan Relations Grant: Japan Business Society of Detroit Foundation
    2012 CLAS mini-grant: Wayne State University
    2012 US and Japan Relations Grant: Japan Business Society of Detroit Foundation
    2011 Educational Development Grant: Japan Business Society of Detroit Foundation
    2010 US and Japan Relations Grant: Japan Business Society of Detroit Foundation
    2009 Global Grant from Office of Global Education: Wayne State University
    2008 US and Japan Relations Grant: Japan Business Society of Detroit Foundation
    2008 Global Grant from Office of Global Education: Wayne State University
    2007 US and Japan Relations Grant: Japan Business Society of Detroit Foundation
    2006 Global Grant from Office of Global Education: Wayne State University
    2005 Global Grant from Office of Global Education: Wayne State University
    2004 Teaching Material Grants from The Japan Foundation: Wayne State University
    2003 Foreign Language Technology Center mini Grant: Wayne State University
    2002 Teaching Material Grants from The Japan Foundation
    2000 Teaching Material Grants from The Japan Foundation
    1999 Teaching Material Grants from The Japan Foundation
    1992 Teaching Material Grants from The Japan Foundation
     

Currently teaching

  • JPN1010  Beginning 1 Japanese Language and Culture, 4 credits,   Winter 2021  

    JPN2020 Intermediate 2 Japanese Language an Culture, 4 credits, Winter 2021

    JPN3020 Advanced 2 Japanesae Language and Culture, 3 creduts, Winter 2021

    JPN3990 Japanese direct study (JPN2110 contents)  3 credits, Winter 2021

    JPN5990  Internship in Japanese Studies, 3 credits, Winter 2021

     

     

    JPN1010  Beginning 1 Japanese Language and Culture, 4 credits, Fall 2021 (2 sections)

    JPN3010 Advanced 1 Japanese Language and Culture, 3 credits, Fall 2021

    JPN5990 Internship in Japanese Studies, 3 credits, Winter 2021

Courses taught

JPN1010, JPN1020, JPN2010, JPN2020, JPN2110, JPN2800, JPN3010, JPN3020, JPN3030, and JPN4010