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TIRF DDG recipients

Recipients and Findings

The Language Testing Research Colloquium (LTRC) was held online this year from June 14 to 17, and as has been the custom for several years, TIRF was represented there. At the awards ceremony, plaques were given to seven TIRF Doctoral Dissertation Grant (DDG) recipients – five 2019 TIRF DDG recipients and two 2020 awardees. (Since last year’s LTRC event was cancelled due to the pandemic, recognizing the 2019 grantees was not possible.)

Support TIRF with Your Amazon Purchases throughout the Holidays!

The holiday shopping season has arrived. With so many of us purchasing gifts for others (or just things for ourselves!) on Amazon, we’re reminding TIRFers about an approach to support our work. Please consider learning more about Amazon Smile below, including how TIRF can benefit from your purchases on Amazon.

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Ways to Support TIRF

Nonprofit organizations like TIRF depend on support from the public to meet their missions. Two of the most common types of giving are cash donations and time, in the form of volunteering. However, there are other ways you can support nonprofits like TIRF. In this piece, we highlight the many

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TIRF Trustee Dr. Polina Vinogradova Gives Keynote at NNETESOL

Earlier this month, TIRF Trustee Dr. Polina Vinogradova, Hurst Senior Professorial Lecturer and TESOL Program Director in the Department of World Languages and Cultures at American University (Washington, DC, USA), was one of two keynote speakers at the NNETESOL (Northern New England TESOL) Conference. In this piece, we highlight information

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Support Scholarship, Support TIRF

Earlier this year, the Foundation began offering organizations an opportunity to support both the field of language education and TIRF in a simple and affordable way. In short, TIRF invites organizations to sponsor its reference lists – an activity that also helps to promote their visibility via the Foundation’s channels.

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Plan Ahead for 2023 AAAL & TESOL International Association Events

It’s time to plan ahead for what is sure to be a busy conference season next year! In this piece, we encourage you to consider attending professional development opportunities offered by AAAL (American Association for Applied Linguistics) and TESOL International Association. AAAL will be hosting its 2023 conference in Portland,

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TIRF’s Alumni Map Updated – 2022 DDG Awardees Added

To help demonstrate the “I” in “TIRF,” each year, after we award our latest Doctoral Dissertation Grant (DDG) recipients, we update the “TIRF Alumni” map. Using Google Maps, the latest grantees are added to this online resource. As you’ll see, we share information about the DDG awardees, including their names,

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Chair’s Report, By Jun Liu – Transitioning to the Future

TIRF has undergone a new leadership transition this month. We have recently celebrated the legacy of Kathi Bailey, TIRF’s outgoing President, and welcomed me, the TIRF’s incoming President, along with Suzanne Panferov Reese, TIRF’s incoming Vice President. Over the last 13 years, Kathi has led TIRF through tides of change.

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Support Scholarship, Support TIRF

Earlier this year, the Foundation began offering organizations an opportunity to support both the field of language education and TIRF in a simple and affordable way. In short, TIRF invites organizations to sponsor its reference lists – an activity that also helps to promote their visibility via the Foundation’s channels.

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TIRF Trustees Recognized for Contributions to the Foundation

At the Foundation’s fall Board meeting, two Trustees were honored for their long service to TIRF. Mrs. Ana Sylvia Ramirez Toriello is the CEO at El Instituto Guatemalteco Americano (IGA), Guatemala’s Bi-National Center. Dr. Joe Lo Bianco recently retired from his post as Professor of Language and Literacy Education at

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