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Profile: Christie Toth

Title: Graduate Student E&E

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Research Interests

Primary Interests

Writing studies/composition theory
Native American/Diné Studies
Community college writing instruction
Tribal college writing instruction
Two-year college English faculty professional identities
Post-transfer experiences of community college student writers
Writing and diverse student populations
Directed self-placement (DSP)
Basic/developmental writing 
Automated Writing Evaluation (AWE)
Writing Across the Curriculum/Writing in the Disciplines (WAC/WID)

Secondary Interests

Program-level assessment


Toth, Christie, and Laura Aull. "Directed Self-Placement Questionnaire Design: Practices, Problems, Possibilities." Assessing Writing, forthcoming.

Toth, Christie. "Unmeasured Engagement: Two-Year College English Faculty and Disciplinary Professional Organizations." Teaching English in the Two-Year College, May 2014.

Carter, Duncan, Christie Toth, and Hildy Miller. “When the Writing Requirements Went Away: Two Decades of Decentralization/Abolition.” WPA: Writing Program Administration, Fall 2013.

Toth, Christie, Brett Griffiths, and Kate Thirolf. “‘Distinct and Significant’: Two-Year College English Faculty Professional Identities.” College Composition and Communication 65.1. 2013.

Bahr, Peter Riley, Christie Toth, Kathryn Thirolf, and Johanna Massé. “A Review and Critique of the Literature on Community College Students’ Transition Processes and Outcomes in the Four-Year Institution.”  Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research. 2013.

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