Andrew F. Ross

Andrew F. Ross

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Andrew Ross is the Director of the Language Center at Harvard University.  He began work at the Center in March of 2019, coming from Arizona State University, where he was Head of Learning Support Services in the School of International Letters & Cultures, Clinical Associate Professor, and Co-Director of the Graduate Certificate in Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL).  Prior to his time in the desert, Ross was Director of the Language Resource Center at Brown University.  He received his PhD in French from the University of California - Berkeley, and worked as a Research Assistant at the Berkeley Language Center.

Ross's career in language technology began in earnest at the Mellon Foundation's Project 2001 at Middlebury College, where he was a member of the first cohort of graduate students in 1997.  After Project 2001, Ross led the Multimedia Language Laboratory at the University of Richmond.  His areas of interest include computer-mediated communication, virtual environments, active learning spaces, and interinstitutional collaborations.  He has been a member of the International Association for Language Learning Technology, and will serve as President of the organization beginning in June 2019.

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