Nagano, T., Ketcham, E., & Funk, A. (2019). Why do Heritage Language Speakers Opt out of Their Own Heritage Language?: A Survey-based Study of Heritage Language Learners at Community Colleges. Heritage Language Journal, xx(x):xx-xx. [link]
Nagano, T. (2017). Modern Language Instruction at Community College: A Survey-based Study of Modern Language Instructors Foreign Language Annals, 50(3):621-631. (with Alex Funk and Eric Ketcham) [link]
Nagano, T. (2016). Luce Pathways Project: A Pilot Project for Heritage Language Speakers of Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, and Japanese. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 40(10):854-870. (with Hector Fernandez; published by Taylor & Francis) [link]
Nagano, T. (2015). Demographics of Adult Heritage Language Speakers in the United States: Differences by Region and Language and their Implications. The Modern Language Journal, 99(4):771-792. [link]
Nagano, T. (2015). Acquisition of English Verb Transitivity by Native Speakers of Japanese. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism, 5(3):322-356. [link]
Nagano, T. (2015). The Luce Pathways Scholar Program for Heritage Speakers of Japanese at LaGuardia Community College. AATJ Newsletter, 4(1), 5-6.
Nagano, T. (2013). "Can-do" style self-assessment for a beginning-level college Japanese coursen-do" style self-assessment for a beginning-level college Japanese course. In K. Kondo-Brown, J. D. Brown, & W. Tominaga (Eds.), Practical assessment tools for college Japanese. (pp. 140-145). Honolulu, HI: National Foreign Languages Resource Center.
Nagano, T. and Kitao, K. (2008). The necessity of negative feedback for learning L2 collocations. Journal of Culture and Information Science, 3(1):1–13.
Nagano, T. and Kitao, K. (2007). Using simple computational linguistic techniques for teaching collocations. Journal of Culture and Information Science, 2(1):1–16.
Nagano, T. (2003). Book review: Arthur hughes, testing for language teachers. Idiom, 33(1):22–23. [download]
Nagano, T. (2002). Website review: ETS criterion online writing assessment and scoreitnow. APACALL (Asia-Pacific Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning) Newsletter, 2:7–9. [download]
2019: PSC-CUNY Grant Traditional A (Phonological Advantages of Herigage Learners of Japanese; $3,493.00)
2019: Distinguished CUNY Fellow of the Advanced Research Collaborative at the CUNY Graduate Center (research leave in Spring 2020)
2019: CUNY Academy's Stefan Bernard Baumrin Travel Awards 2018-2019 ($200)
2018: PSC-CUNY Grant Traditional B (Why heritage language students opt out from their own heritage language classes?: Follow-up focus group study; $5,967.50)
2018: CUNY Academy's Travel Awards for Associate Professor 2017-2018 ($300)
2016: Innovations in Language Education (ILE) Grants by Institute for Language Education in Transcultural Context (CUNY Graduate Center): (with Mieko Sperbeck, Ai Mizoguchi, and Yong Jun Choi; $5,000)
2016: US Dept of Education Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language (UISFL) Program ("Learning for a Connected World: Strengthening International Studies at LaGuardia Community College"; PI (replacing Howard Wach who was the original PI); $177,524)
2016: CUNY Community College Research Grant (CCRG) Track 2: Mentored Undergraduate Research ("Phonological Advantages of Heritage Language Learners of Japanese and their Pedagogical Implications"; $7,500)
2016: Japan Foundation Arts and Culture (Rokyoku performance by Ms. Keiko Haruno; $1,000)
2015: Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Education Project Grant (Matsusho-Laguardia Video Project; $1,372.50) [Final Report]
2014: PSC-CUNY Grant Traditional A (Acquisition of English Transitivity by Japanese Speakers; $3,466.50)
2014: William Stewart Travel Awards, CUNY Academy of the Humanities and Sciences ($500)
2014: Japan Foundation Arts and Culture (Ikebana Workshop by Hiroki Ohara, Headmaster of the Ikebana Ohara School; $3,166)
2013: CUNY Community College Collaborative Incentive Research Grants (C3RG) (Knowledge of Collocations among ESL and its relation to progress in remedial English writing; with Martin Chodorow; $15,000)
2013: Kakehashi Japan Study Abroad Project (10-day fully funded trip to Japan for 50 CUNY students) [Link]