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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