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Business English Bootcamp Faculty

Steve Moriarty BEB Faculty Steve Moriarty - Business English Bootcamp

Following a 4-year stint in the United States Navy and 2 years completing his masters degree in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL), West Lafayette native and Purdue graduate Stephen Moriarty has spent the past 10 years living and teaching English in Seoul, South Korea. He is a full-time instructor at Hongik University. In addition to his university duties, he provides business English instruction to several companies in the Seoul metropolitan area. When outside of the classroom, Stephen and his wife enjoy traveling and raising their two young children.  






Margaret S. Morris Business English Bootcamp FacultyMaragaret Morris, PhD, Business English Bootcamp and Business English and Cultural Bootcamp

Margaret S. Morris, PhD, holds a doctorate in English Rhetoric and Composition from Purdue University and she is the director of The Language Co-op™, a West Lafayette business that specializes in personalized tutoring of international students and community visitors. Margaret has taught internationals from Africa, China, Colombia, Denmark, India, Iraq, Iran, Japan, and Korea adapt to life in the U.S. and to master English—the American version. With experience in journalism, marketing communications, publishing, print media, entrepreneurship, and academic discourse, Margaret is at ease with all aspects of communication: written, oral, audiovisual, rhetorical, and interpersonal. She blogs, edits, consults, designs, loves textile arts, paints, and lives a happily comfortable life with her engineering professor husband, Eric, his cat, Boo, and her rambunctious dog, Friday. She welcomes Krannert School Business English Bootcamp students and wishes everyone a great learning experience! Let the immersion begin… !  



Scott Partridge Business English Bootcamp FacultyScott Partridge, Business English Bootcamp

R. Scott Partridge is currently pursuing his PhD at Purdue, developing connections between L2 Writing and Professional/Technical Communication. Scott has extensive experience creating English for Specific Purpose (ESP) courses to help students and professionals transition into their academic and career pursuits in a range of genres and fields including the social sciences, humanities, fine arts, design, business, and engineering. Recent research projects involve exploring textual borrowing practices, improving first hand research skills through experiential learning curricula, and establishing best practices for all students – international and domestic – in transcultural communication. His often-neglected pastimes include spending time with his family, cycling, hiking, brewing, and gardening.