Emily Heidrich Uebel (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison) is the Associate Executive Director of the National Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTL) Resource Center and the Project Manager for the LCTL and Indigenous Languages Partnership, an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant project focused on improving instruction in less commonly taught languages. She is the lead co-editor of two forthcoming volumes on language enrollment topics and sharing LCTLs across institutions. Her work on a variety of topics, including language proficiency and technology, has been published in several journals and edited volumes. Her research interests include proficiency in languages, educational technology and online instruction, curriculum design, and education abroad topics.
Emily loves to spend her time outside the office doing crafts, playing board games, drinking tea, doing DIY projects, traveling, and enjoying time with her family.