Miya Komori-Glatz

Post-doctoral Senior Lecturer in English Business Communication at WU Vienna University of Economics and Business.

Research interests
English-medium education
Internationalisation of higher education
English as a (business) lingua franca
Teaching business communication for a 21st century world

Academic career
May 2021 Innovative Teaching award for Seamless Learning, WU Vienna
Since 04/21
#YouthMediaLife Boost Grantee
Since 2018
Post-doc senior lecturer, WU Vienna
PhD, English and American Studies, University of Vienna: "BELF in Multicultural Student Teamwork at WU Vienna: An EMEMUS Study"
WU Vienna "Researcher of the Month" (July 2018)
WU Vienna High Potentials Contact Weeks grantee
WU Vienna / Dr. Maria Schaumayer Internationalisierungsprogramm für Doktorandinnen grantee (sabbatical at UCM Madrid)
WU Vienna High Potentials Contact Weeks grantee
Pre-doc teaching and research assistant, WU Vienna
Mag.Phil., Romance Languages, University of Vienna
MA (Cantab), Modern and Medieval Language, University of Cambridge

Recent publications

  • with Ute Smit. Exploratory Interactive Explaining (EXINTEX): Constructing Disciplinary Knowledge in Two Multilingual University Settings. Applied Linguistics, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1093/applin/amab023
  • with Barbara Schmidt-Unterberger. From profiling to pioneering: The drivers behind English-medium education at WU Vienna. European Journal of Language Policy 13 (2), pp. 239-258, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.3828/ejlp.2021.14
  • Conceptualising English as a business lingua franca. European Journal of International Management 12, (1-2), pp. 46-61, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/EJIM.2018.10009389
  • "Cool my doubt is erased": constructive disagreement and creating a psychologically safe space in multicultural student teamwork. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca 7 (2), pp. 285-306, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1515/jelf-2018-0012
  • Multilingual ELF interaction in multicultural student teamwork at Europe's largest business university. In: Tatsioka, Zoi, Barbara Seidlhofer, Nicos Sifakis & Gibson Ferguson (eds), Using English as a lingua franca in education in Europe, pp. 150-174. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1515/9781501503115-008    
  • with Barbara Schmidt-Unterberger. Creating the international managers of tomorrow, today? Stakeholder perspectives on English-medium business education. In: Sherman, Tamah & Jirí Nekvapil (eds.), English in Business and Commerce: Interactions and Policies, pp. 310-334. Boston/Berlin: De Gruyter, 2018.