We’re looking forward to participating in IEEE ProComm 2022 this week. While Crow team members won’t be traveling to Ireland, we will be joining the conference remotely. Shelton Weech, Michelle McMullin, and Bradley Dilger will present “Assessing equity and inclusion …
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We are pleased to announce Crow has added two longtime Crow researchers to our leadership team: Dr. Aleksandra Swatek, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, and Dr. Hadi Banat, University of Massachusetts, Boston.
This week Dr. Michelle McMullin and I were invited to speak in Dr. Beth Towle’s professional writing class at Salisbury University. One of the good things about more video-conferencing: easy to be a guest speaker in a class! Our talk …
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Grant funding will allow us to hire four undergraduate researchers for AY21–22: processing data, completing user experience research, and updating our web site. Open immediately and until filled.
The Crow team is excited to be a part of the University of Arizona’s Women’s Hackathon for 2021. See our session materials including a video of our presentation.
Crow researchers reflect on their presentation for TALC 2020 (online), and share some thoughts on preparing for online workshops.
Crow PIs share their strategy for reacting to the proposed ICE rules that would effect a ban on international students.
Congratulations to Dr. Hadi Riad Banat, who defended his dissertation, “Assessing intercultural competence in writing programs through linked courses.” Dr. Banat’s committee was Purdue professors Dr. Tony Silva, Dr. April Ginther, Dr. Margie Berns, and Dr. Bradley Dilger. Dr. Banat …
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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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Crow researcher Shelley Staples will be presenting “Using multidimensional analysis for language assessment” at Lancaster University on March 7, 2019.