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.)

Yuchan Gao

Throughout the holiday season, we are encouraging our supporters to read about the lives being impacted by our work. Read on to hear from Yuchan Gao, one of our 2022 DDG awardees! Yuchan Gao (Arizona State University): “The award TIRF DDG will help me subscribe to software used to conduct

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Woongsik Choi

Throughout the holiday season, we are encouraging our supporters to read about the lives being impacted by our work. Read on to hear from Woongsik Choi, one of our 2022 DDG awardees! Woongsik Choi (Purdue University): “The TIRF Doctoral Dissertation Grant is greatly helpful to me in my doctoral journey

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Reza Neiriznaghadehi

Throughout the holiday season, we are encouraging our supporters to read about the lives being impacted by our work. Read on to hear from Reza Neiriznaghadehi, one of our 2022 DDG awardees! Reza Neiriznaghadehi (Iowa State University): “Developing a fully automated test of speaking that approximates real-world conversation has been

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Michael Koslowski

Throughout the holiday season, we are encouraging our supporters to read about the lives being impacted by our work. Read on to hear from Michael Koslowski, one of our 2022 DDG awardees! Michael Koslowski (University of Toronto): “I would like to express my gratitude to the Foundation and partners for

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Megan Heise (Russell N. Campbell Awardee)

Happy New Year, everyone! Today’s the last day of our year-end fundraiser, and we’re highlighting the work of Megan Heise, our 2022 Russell N. Campbell DDG awardee! Megan Heise (Indiana University of Pennsylvania): “TIRF’s generous funding, through the 2022 Russell N. Campbell DDG Award, enables me to conduct my field

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Masaki Eguchi

Throughout the holiday season, we are encouraging our supporters to read about the lives being impacted by our work. Read on to hear from Masaki Eguchi, one of our 2022 DDG awardees! Masaki Eguchi (University of Oregon): “The contribution that the TIRF DDG makes to my Ph.D. study is important

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Martha G. Sandstead

Throughout the holiday season, we are encouraging our supporters to read about the lives being impacted by our work. Read on to hear from Martha Sandstead, one of our 2022 DDG awardees! Martha Sandstead (Oregon State University): “The TIRF grant will support the labor-intensive transcription process which is necessary for

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Maria Kostromitina

Throughout the holiday season, we are encouraging our supporters to read about the lives being impacted by our work. Read on to hear from Maria Kostromitina, one of our 2022 DDG awardees! Maria Kostromitina (Northern Arizona University): “I would like to express my genuine gratitude for your support of my

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Lanting Wang

Throughout the holiday season, we are encouraging our supporters to read about the lives being impacted by our work. Read on to hear from Lanting Wang, one of our 2022 DDG awardees! Lanting Wang (University of Queensland, Australia): “Research funding is of great value for knowledge creation and dissemination. It

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Eunhae Cho

Throughout the holiday season, we are encouraging our supporters to read about the lives being impacted by our work. Read on to hear from Eunhae Cho, one of our 2022 DDG awardees! Eunhae Cho (Pennsylvania State University): “With the TIRF funding, I will also be able to disseminate the research

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Emma Chen

#GivingTuesday has arrived, everyone! Please consider supporting TIRF today! Throughout the holiday season, we are encouraging our supporters to read about the lives being impacted by our work. Read on to hear from Emma Chen, one of our 2022 DDG awardees! Emma Chen (University of Saskatchewan): “The TIRF funding will

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