Graduate Research Assistant (PhD)
Masaru Yamamoto is a PhD student at the University of British Columbia. His scholarly and professional commitments center around multilingual students’ additional/second language socialization in academic settings. He also works as a video editor and a digital materials developer as a means of supporting multilingual students’ academic socialization and of knowledge mobilization beyond academia. He cries every day for his beloved dog and cats left in Japan with his family. [/Japanese, English]
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