Grand Rounds : Archive, 2003-2013

Dr. David Hanauer

David Ian Hanauer is Professor of Applied Linguistics at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and the Assessment Coordinator and educational researcher in the PHIRE (Phage Hunting Integrating Research and Education) Program in the Hatfull Laboratory, Pittsburgh Bacteriophage Institute at the University of Pittsburgh. His research focuses on the connections among authentic literacies and social functions in first and second languages across disciplines. Dr. Hanauer is the author of five books including Active Assessment: Assessing Scientific Inquiry, Scientific Discourse: Multiliteracy in the Classroom and Poetry as Research: Exploring Second Language Poetry Writing. His articles have been published in Science and a wide range of applied linguistics and educational journals. Dr. Hanauer is the recipient of several grants from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the National Science Foundation for exploring science-literacy connections. Dr. Hanauer is co-editor of the Language Studies, Science and Engineering book series with John Benjamins.