I hold an MA in Applied Linguistics and a BA in Humanities from the University of Malawi, Chancellor College. I joined the Language and Communication Skills Department in 2012 and lectures in language and communication skills (English for Specific purposes). I taught linguistics at Mzuzu University (Languages and Literature Department - African Languages and Literature Section) (2010 - 2012) and taught linguistics in the African Languages and Linguistics, and Greek and Roman Mythology in the Classics Departments on part time basis (2008 - 2010).
I also taught language subjects at Dedza Girls Islamic Secondary School. Furthermore, I have experience in Academic Institution Leadership and Management; I served as a Course Coordinator, African Languages and Literature Section, Mzuzu University; Assistant head of Arts Department, Dedza Girls Islamic Secondary School. And I also have experience in translation and material editing. I have translated materials on the different uses of Molinga tree by Malawi Assemblies of God, and Co-edited a translation of a policy document on people with disabilities. My research interests are in the theoretical and practical aspects of translation, linguistics, relationship between language and intercultural communication and academic literacy.
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