Congratulations to Dr. Jie (Wendy) Gao (高洁), who recently 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 …
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Spotlighting David Marsh, a visiting scholar at Arizona.
Sarah Merryman is a senior at Purdue University majoring in Professional Writing and minoring in Communications. At the invitation of Crow PI Bradley Dilger, Sarah started working with Crow as a project intern and wrote a series of blogs for …
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Crowbird Adriana Picoral is a prime example of taking an interdisciplinary approach to academic research. Her research analyzes the intersection of corpus linguistics, computational linguistics, and foreign language acquisition.
“That’s the beauty of doing research: You do one small thing…and it grows to be something bigger,” says 5th year PhD candidate Aleksandra Swatek. This is certainly true, although one could hardly describe Aleksandra’s research as “small.”
Purdue Crowbird Michelle McMullin loves research, teaching, and podcasts—and finding all the interesting ways they overlap.
Spotlighting Purdue Crowbird Ashley Velázquez, a doctoral candidate and AAUW dissertation fellow who has worked with Crow on corpus building, recruitment, grant writing, and more.
The Crow team is growing! Our team at Purdue has started off the school year with two new undergraduate researchers, Emily Jones and Sarah Merryman.
The Crow team is composed of a variety of different scholars at many different levels of academia from many different fields. Crow includes various professors of writing, ESL, EAL, SLAT, and many other areas of English and language. On top …
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