Professor and Director of Liberal Studies
Los Angeles, CA, UNITED STATES
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction/Language and Literacy
Designated Emphasis in Second Language Acquisition
M.A., Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
California Teaching Credential, Social Science and English as a Second Language authorization
LMU Office for Research/Sponsored Projects Interdisciplinary Program Award for work as Co-PI on $1.2 M NOYCE grant to recruit more teachers into STEM fields
New York TImes/Center for Strategic & International Studies/Regents University System Georgia:
University of Georgia Schneider
US Department of Education Title VII
Monterey Institute of International Studies
First Year Seminar
Musetti, B. (2019). Ecological literacy in teacher preparation: Urgency, affect & agency. Journal
of Literacy Innovation,4 (1), 16-31.
Wall, C. & Musetti, B. (2018). Beyond teaching English: A holistic approach to supporting English Learner students and their families. CATESOL Journal,30 (2), 1-17.
Musetti, B. (2016). Standards-based reform. In S. Salas (Ed.), TESOL Encyclopedia of English language teaching. Wiley Publishing.
Musetti, B. (2016). Project Planning and Sustainability. In S. Salas (Ed.), TESOL Encyclopedia of English language teaching. Wiley Publishing.
Musetti, B., Salas, S., & Murray, B. (2016). Humanizing the core: English Language Learners and culturally sustaining young adult literature. In L. de Olivera and M. Shoffner, (Eds.), London: Palgrave MacMillan.
Wall, C. & Musetti, B. (2016). Bridging English Learners with community partners: The connecting power of the community liaison. Southern California Professional Development Schools (SCPDS) Network News, 5(2), 3.
Montalvo-Balbed, M. and Musetti, B. (2015). Unpacking capital: Promoting student success & learning to “do school”. GA TESOL in Action.
Salas, S., Musetti, B. & Plaisance, M. (2013). Latino transnationals (not) in advanced academics: Asking hard questions together. In M. Matthews and J. Castellano, (Eds.), Talent development for English Language Learners: Identifying and developing potential. Austin, TX: Prufrock Press.
Musetti, B., & Tolbert, S. (2010). Science as springboard: Promoting achievement and aspiration among English Language Learners. In D. Sunal & C. Sunal (Eds.), Teaching science with Hispanic ELLs in K-16 classrooms. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.