Christina Toth

Graduate Student Research Assistant

Christie Toth’s research focuses on the writing experiences of students at tribal and community colleges, both before and after transfer, as well as the pedagogical knowledge-making and professional identities of two-year college English faculty. She also does work on community college writing placement, basic/developmental writing, and writing across the curriculum/in the disciplines (WAC/WID). Christie helped design Directed Self-Placement (DSP) procedures at Portland State University and several community colleges across the country; as a graduate student research assistant at the Sweetland Center for Writing, she has also been involved in on-going research related to DSP, multilingual/"Generation 1.5" writers, and undergraduate student writing development at the University of Michigan.



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