Ruth Elynia S. Mabanglo

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UH Filipino and Philippine Literature Program

  • 2001-present   Coordinator, Filipino and Philippine Literature Program
  • 1993-2001       Associate Professor of Filipino and Philippine Literature
  • 1990-1993       Visiting Associate Professor of Filipino and Philippine Literature


Advanced Filipino Abroad Program
  • Summer,   2006   Project Co-Director,   De La Salle University-Manila, Cavite
  • Summer,   2005   Project Co-Director,   De La Salle University-Manila, Cavite
  • Summer,   2004   Project Co-Director,   De La Salle University
  • Summer,   2002   Project Director,          De La Salle University
  • Summer,   2001   Project-Co-Director,   Philippine Normal University
  • Summer,   2000   Project Co-Director,   Philippine Normal University
  • Summer,   1998   Project Co-Director,   University of the Philippines-Los Banos
  • Summer,   1995   Project Co-Director,   University of the Philippines-Los Banos
  • Summer,   1994   Project Co-Director,   University of the Philippines-Los Banos


Teaching for the US Department of Defense
  • Summer 2003   Filipino 303 (Accelerated Reading and Listening in Filipino), 6 weeks
  • Summer 1997   Filipino 303 (Accelerated Advanced Filipino), 6 weeks
  • Summer 1995   Filipino 303 (Accelerated Filipino), 6 weeks
  • Summer 1991   Intermediate Filipino (10 weeks)
  • Fall 1990           Intermediate Filipino (10 weeks, four skills)


Teaching/Coordinating for the Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute (SEASSI)
    Summer, 1999, Teacher/Program Coordinator for Filipino, University of Oregon-Eugene, June to July (4 weeks) to set up the Program.
    Summer, 1996, Teacher/Program Coordinator for Filipino, Arizona State University, June to August (10 weeks).
    Taught all Philippine literature/film courses using English as medium of instruction from 1995 to present (IP 363, IP 396, IP 431, IP 368B)
    Taught all levels (from beginning to advanced) of Filipino as a second language, University of Hawaii, 1990-2003.
    Taught all levels (from undergraduate to graduate level) of Filipino to native speakers, De La Salle University, Manila (1988-1990); Manuel L. Quezon University, Manila (1985-1988)