Aerial view of the LoSchiavo Building Lawn  
Univ of San Francisco and St Ignatius church from the air   
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Rosita G. Galang, Ph.D.

Professor of Education, Emeritus
International & Multicultural Education Department

Contact
galangr@usfca.edu
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Education

B.S., Philippine Normal College, 1965
M.A., University of Hawaii, 1968
Ph.D., Ateneo de Manila University-Philippine Normal College Consortium, 1977

Research interests and areas of expertise:
Theories, research and issues in language development and language use; sociolinguistic issues in bilingualism and bilingual education; first and second language acquisition and teaching; language maintenance and language shift; linguistics; Filipino American education.


Publications

Galang, R. G. (2009). Tagalog-English code-switching: Research findings and their implications for teaching Tagalog/Filipino. In R. E. S. Mabanglo & R.G. Galang (Eds.), Essays on Philippine language and literature. Pasig City, Philippines: Anvil Publishing, Inc.
Mabanglo, R. E. S., & Galang, R. G. (Eds.) (2009). Essays on Philippine language and literature. Pasig City, Philippines: Anvil Publishing, Inc.
Galang, R. G. (2005). Heritage language maintenance in the US: The Filipino American experience. In S. Quakenbush & D. Dayag (Eds.), Sociolinguistics and language education in the Philippines and beyond. Manila, Philippines: De La Salle University Press.
Galang, R. G. (2000). Language planning in Philippine education in the 21st century: Toward language-as-resource orientation. In M. L. S. Bautista. T. A., Llamzon, & B. P. Sibayan (Eds.), Parangal cang Brother Andrew (pp. 267-276). Manila, Philippines: De La Salle University Press.
Galang, R. G. (1999). Language of instruction in the Philippines during the twentieth century: Policies, orientations, and future directions. In C. M. Brainard & E. F. Litton (Eds.), Reflections on the centennial of Philippine independence (pp. 97-117). Santa Monica, CA: Philippine American Literary House.
Galang, R. G. (1999). Promoting educational success for Filipino-American students: A linguistic perspective. In C. C. Park & M. M. Chi, Asian-American education: Prospects and challenges (pp. 154-182). Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey.