Roman W. Stefaniw
- D.Miss. (candidate), Biola University
- M.Div., Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (2002)
- M.Ed., Western Washington University (1982)
- International Translation Consultant (2005– )
- Translation Coordinator, Mainland Southeast Asia Group (2004– )
- Linguistics Department Faculty, Payap University (2005– )
- Asia Area Translation Consultant Development Workshop (Feb – March 2008)
- Translation Consultant Training, Honiara, Solomon Islands (March 2004)
- Area Consultant, Pacific Area (2003 & early 2004)
- Translation Consultant Training, Mainland South East Asia, Chiang Mai (October, 2003)
- Asia Area Consultant Development Seminar, Bangkok (April 2003)
- Translation Principles Course, Oregon SIL (2002)
- Translation Coordinator, Papua New Guinea, (1999–2000)
- Literacy Consultant, Papua New Guinea (1992–2000)
- Translation Consultant, Papua New Guinea, (1988–2000)
- Epistle Workshop: Ephesians and Colossians, Papua New Guinea (1999)
- Beginning Translation Workshop, Papua New Guinea (1991, 1995, 1999)
- Literacy Training, Government Literacy Officers, Papua New Guinea (1994)
- Literacy Workshop, Papua New Guinea (1992)
- International Reading Association, (1988 – 1998)
- Melanesian Pidgin
- Experiential Education in Training Consultants and Translators
- Effect of Organizational Change on Consulting Practices
- Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam: Founders and Followers – views of God, self, and others.
- The God of Generations: Changing Views of God in Biblical History
- Theology and Translation: Formative Interaction
- Cultural and Historical Influences on Exegetical Choices in Translation
1992. “The ‘Pandanus Languages’ of the Southern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea - a further report,” (with Karl J. Franklin), Pacific Linguistics Series C,No.120.
1992. “Culture Change, Language Change: Case Studies From Melanesia”, edited by Tom Dutton. Canberra, Australia: The Australian National University Printing Service, pp. 1-6.
2007. “Experiential Learning and Training Bible Translation Consultants: Application of Five Orientations”. Paper presented at Bible Translation 2007 in Dallas, Texas. October 15-17, 2007.