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Levin ArnspergerAssociate Director of the English Language Learning Program (ELLP)Associate Director of the Emory Writing Center

Levin Arnsperger is the Associate Director for English Language Learning Program (ELLP) and Associate Director in the Writing Center. In this capacity, he teaches courses for non-native speakers of English, supervises and mentors Emory Writing Center tutors, helps faculty and graduate students support international students, and promotes community outreach opportunities.

After studying in his native Germany, Levin moved to Atlanta and pursued his Ph.D. in English, which he received at Emory in 2013. Then he taught at Kennesaw State University as a Visiting Assistant Professor, before he returned to Emory to serve as an instructor and staff member. Levin has conducted research on Native American Studies, literature of terrorism, and, more recently, on the path of Chinese students to college in the U.S. Aside from English and German, Levin speaks some Italian and French, and he has also studied Arabic and Chinese.

He lives with his wife and son as a Faculty-in-Residence on Emory’s Clairmont Campus, where he can swim, play tennis, run, and work out at the gym.