Nicole Ezeagu | Webster University

Nicole Ezeagu

Adjunct Faculty
School of Education




Nicole Ezeagu has been a member of the Webster University faculty since 2009. She has taught EFL abroad at Okuda Elementary and Junior High Schools in Toyama, Japan, and ESL/EAP in the United States at la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México in Chicago, Illinois, the University of Illinois in Chicago (Intensive English Program), Saint Louis University, the University of Missouri in St. Louis, and ELS Language Centers in St. Louis, Missouri. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies consisting of Spanish, History, and a concentration in World Religions from Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois. Nicole also attained a Master’s in TESOL/Applied Linguistics from the University of Illinois in Chicago. In addition to her teaching education and teaching experience, she has also been an exchange student in both Cuernavaca, Mexico and Chiba, Japan. Her special interests include grammar methodology and instruction, second language acquisition, intercultural communication and teacher training. Nicole is currently back at ELS Language Center in St. Louis, for the second time, happily teaching ESL/EAP full-time.