Month: April 2020

We’re joining the Council of Undergraduate Research to celebrate #VirtualURW2020 by spotlighting some of the wonderful contributions undergraduate researchers have made to the Crow team. Undergraduates have been active Crow researchers since our project began at Purdue in 2015. Some …

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Congratulations to Dr. Wendy Gao, who defended her dissertation, “Linguistic Profiles of High Proficiency Mandarin and Hindi Second Language Speakers of English,” Dr. Gao’s committee was Purdue professors Dr. April Ginther, Dr. Elaine Francis, and Dr. Tony Silva, with Dr. …

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We’re very glad to announce Crow researcher Dr. Ge Lan has successfully defended his dissertation, Noun Phrase Complexity, Academic Level, and First Language Background in Academic Writing. Dr. Lan’s committee was chaired by April Ginther and included Elaine Francis and …

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On Saturday, November 2nd, 2019 the Crow team swooped into beautiful Flagstaff to attend the AZTESOL 2019 conference. Presenting on the topic “Bridging L2 Writing and Academic Vocabulary Through Corpus-based Activities”, Dr. Shelley Staples first introduced the Crow project, followed …

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As the spring season brings about renewal, Crow is excited to share our efforts in working closely with instructors to develop pedagogical materials. Dr. Shelley Staples’ CUES (Center for University Educational Scholarship) project began in Fall 2019 as a series …

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