Mohammad Mahmudul Haque, a two-time recipient of Fulbright Scholarship, is currently a Senior Lecturer of English at the Department of English and Humanities, BRAC University, where he has been working since 2007. On his first Fulbright grant between 2008-2009, Mr. Haque worked as a Foreign Language Instructor at Syracuse University, NY, and on his second grant, he did his second M.A. (TESOL) from American University, Washington DC, where he also worked at the department of World Langauges and Culture as a Graduate Teaching Assistant. In addition, he received intensive training on teaching methodology and materials at Columbia University, NY, and Berkeley City College, San Francisco. Mr. Haque was also selected to attend a Fulbright Enrichment Seminar in Philadelphia in 2012. Besides, he attended numerous national and international conferences both home and abroad, and presented papers. He mostly teaches higher-level TESOL and Applied Linguistics courses, and also supervises thesis students both at the undergraduate and graduate level of study. Typically he teaches courses like Teacher Education, Second Language Acquisition, Linguistic Theories, ELT Methodology, Teaching Practicum, Teaching Techniques, Materials Design and Evaluation, and Translation Studies.