Dr. King Ramírez is an Associate Professor (tenured) and the founding Director of the online Spanish program at the University of Arizona. Her research interests include online language education, international exchange, and world languages for specific purposes (WLSP). Dr. King Ramírez is the host of an academic podcast series, World Languages 21, that highlights leading scholar's views on education, research, and curriculum design.
Selected Publications (full list available: www.carmenkingramirez.com)
-King Ramírez, Lafford & Wermers. (2021). Online World Language Instruction: Training and Evaluation. Georgetown University Press.
-King Ramírez & Lafford (2018). Transferable Skills for the 21st Century: Preparing Students for the Workplace through World Languages for Specific Purposes. Sabio Books.
King-Ramírez, C. (2020). The implications of academic culture in collaborative online international learning (COIL): Differences between Mexican and U.S. Students’ Perspectives. Foreign Language Annals.
-King de Ramírez, C. (2019). Global Citizenship Education Through Collaborative Online International Learning in the Borderlands: A Case of the Arizona–Sonora Megaregion. Journal of Studies in International Education. 1-18.
-King de Ramírez, C. (2017). The Importance of Socialization among International Volunteers: A Case of Border NGOs. Intercultural Communication Journal. 1-17.
-King de Ramírez, C. (2017). Spanish for the professions: Heritage learners’ experiences in community internships. In M. Long (Ed), Languages for Specific Purposes: Trends in Curriculum Development. (pp. 55-72). Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.
-King de Ramírez, C. & Lafford, B. (2017). Mentors’ Perspectives on Professional Internships: Rewards, Challenges and Future Directions. In M. Bloom & C. Gascoigne (Eds), Creating experiential learning opportunities for language learners. (pp. 135-159). Bristol, United Kingdom: Multilingual Matters.
- Mellon-Fronteridades Faculty Fellowship program (2021)
- Arizona-Sonora Interuniversity Research Collaboration Seed Grant. (2019)
-Consortium on North American Higher Education Collaboration (Conahec) Faculty Exchange (2018)