LINGUIST List 27.1895

Mon Apr 25 2016

FYI: 2015 Winner - Best Graduate Student Paper Award

Editor for this issue: Ashley Parker <>

Date: 22-Apr-2016
From: UTP Journals <>
Subject: 2015 Winner - Best Graduate Student Paper Award
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Canadian Modern Language Review is pleased to announce the 2015 Winner of the Best Graduate Student Paper Award

Grant Eckstein’s
“Grammar Correction in the Writing Center: Expectations and Experiences of Mono- and Multilingual Writers”

This article will be published in The Canadian Modern Language Review /La Revue canadienne des langues vivantes - Volume 72, No. 3, August 2016 and will also be available at CMLR Online at

Previous Winners have included:
This award is given to a paper written by a student who is either currently registered or has graduated in the previous academic year which presents original research, either qualitative or quantitative, with an analysis supported by a current theoretical literature review. Papers are evaluated by the CMLR Editors and members of the Editorial Board.
2013 — Renée Bourgoin,''The predictive effects of L1 and L2 early literacy indicators on reading in French immersion''
2012 — Yvonne Préfontaine, “Perceptions of French Fluency in Second Language Speech Production”
2010— Klara Abdi, “‘She Really Only Speaks English’: Positioning, Language Ideology, and Heritage Language Learners”
2008— Muhammad M. Abdel Latif (University of Essex, UK) Towards a New Process-based Indicator for Measuring Writing Fluency: Evidence from L2 Writers’ Think-Aloud Protocols
2007— Talia Isaacs, “Towards Defining a Valid Assessment Criterion of Pronunciation Proficiency in Non-Native English-Speaking Graduate Students”
2006— Sandra Zappa-Hollman, “Academic Presentations across Post-secondary Contexts: The Discourse Socialization of Non-native English Speakers”

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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