Dr. Sabiha Mansoor
DR. SABIHA MANSOOR, former Vice Chancellor of Lahore College for Women
University (LCWU), is currently Professor of English at Lahore School of
Economics. She obtained her MS TEFL and PhD in language education from the
University of Reading in the UK, and her MA in English from Punjab University.
An eminent educationalist and former Woodrow Wilson Pakistan scholar, she has
published extensively on language planning, higher education and teacher
training. Dr Mansoor is the author of Challenge Education Pakistan: Reflections
of An Educationist (LSE, 2016), Maps for Lost Teachers (BNU, 2010), Emerging
Issues in TEFL (OUP, 2008), Language Planning in Higher Education: A Case Study
of Pakistan (OUP: 2005), Language Planning, Policy, and Practice: A South Asian
Perspective (OUP: 2004), and Punjabi, Urdu, English in Pakistan (Vanguard:
1993). She was awarded the Asia Education Excellence Award in 2015 presented by
World Education Congress.
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