Education and CertificationsPh.D. in Composition and Applied Linguistics, Department of English, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, August 2021.
BiographyDr. Daewoo Jin is committed to helping students make meaningful connections between their life experiences and the process of writing. He believes that students can greatly benefit from engaging in thoughtful reflection about their own learning and writing practices. His current projects include an exploration of writing center tutors' epistemology and a longitudinal study on composition teacher epistemology. Prior to joining CSU, Dr. Jin taught at the University of Montana, where he worked with a diverse range of students, including adult learners, military students, and traditional undergraduates. Beyond his academic pursuits, he finds joy in spending time with his family and friends. He has a passion for cooking and enjoys trying out new recipes on his loved ones. Additionally, he relishes wandering in the woods and watching war documentaries and movies.
Academic AreasTeaching Writing and Composition Pedagogy
Epistemology in Writing Classroom
Multilingual Student Writers
Research InterestsPublished Articles
Driscoll, D. L & Jin, D. (2018). The box under the bed: How leaner epistemologies shape writing transfer. Across the Disciplines, Vol 15.
Jin, D. (2014). Chimyeongjeog topeul sseugi [A practical guide to TOEFL independent writing]. Seoul, Korea: Hankang Publishing.
Jin, D. Transfer in a tutoring session at the writing center: A tutor’s perspective. Article manuscript in preparation. Target journal: Writing Center Journal.
Jin, D. Composition teachers’ epistemologies through their self-generated drawings and interviews. Article manuscript in preparation. Target journal: Composition Forum