Asst Professor at USJ. PhD in English and MA in Teaching English as a Second Language. He taught the English language in Guangzhou, Saudi Arabia and the Philippines before moving to Macau.
Relevant published articles include: "Accent is self", "Intellectualizing, indigenizing the English language", "English language instruction as an academic field", "Macau in a unique role to train TESL instructors", "Specialist teachers in an ESL environment", "Debating in English: a curricular challenge", "TESL/TEFL a captive market", "Primed for excellence, marginalizing," "No room for exasperation" and "Language assessment".
Publications by Romulo Aujero Alegre in Macau Daily Times.
Recent Conferences Attended: The 9th International Convention of Asia Scholars ICAS, July 5-9, 2015, presented "In Macau: Revisiting Humanistic Values in English Language Education" in Adelaide, Australia; Community Languages and English for Speakers of Other Languages CLESOL, July 10-13, 2014, presented "Context and Relevance in English Language Curriculum and Instruction" in Wellington, New Zealand; Language Arts and Linguistics Conference LALC, Sept. 28-30, 2013, presented "Referencing the Common European Framework: Identifying Comprehensive Goals and Language Arts Projects" at Hongkong Polytechnic University, HK.