“Identity in Peer Review”, is the theme of Peer Review Week 2021, a virtual community-led yearly global event during September 20-24. This thematic focus shines a light on the multifaceted role of identity in the peer review process and what is needed to foster more diverse, equitable, and inclusive peer review practices.
This year, the Office of Scholarship & Innovation (OofSI) partnered with TCDC, and some of our 2018 MLFTC internal grant recipients kicked off the conference with a poster session to discuss their on-going research projects with graduate students, faculty, and other attendees.
The second “What’s Brewing in MLFTC?” series featured a scholarship and research resource open house. A handful of representatives from offices within MLFTC and ASU at large were invited to provide some tips & tricks, as well as highlight some aspects of their work that may not be commonly known.
Tests, performance appraisals, evaluations, rankings, portfolios, surveys. Assessments are a part of the fabric of U.S. society. Within education, standardized assessments play a key role in measuring students’ success in school, postgraduate studies, and career.