University of Alexandria, Egypt; University College Dublin, Ireland
Arabic Language Coordinator and Arabic Language and Linguistics Certificate Advisor: the modern Arabic novel and modern critical theory
PhD, The Ohio State University
Department chair of linguistics and associate professor of linguistics: Prosody and intonation, sociophonetics, language variation, language and dialect contact, pidgins and creoles sociolinguistics
PhD, University of Pennsylvania
Robert Henderson Language Media Center director and lecturer in linguistics: Computational linguistics, corpus linguistics, NLP (natural language processing) methods for educational assessment and instruction
PhD, McGill University
Professor of Linguistics: Linguistic theory and second language acquisition, semantics-syntax correspondences, lexical semantics, second language sentence processing, Chinese linguistics, TEFL/TESOL, Intensive English Program Administration
PhD, Indiana University
Assistant professor of linguistics: Hispanic Linguistics focusing on the intersection of second language (L2) acquisition and sociolinguistic variation. L2 acquisition of variable morphosyntactic structures, the effect of study abroad on acquisition, and native-speaker morphosyntactic variation in Spanish.
PhD, Georgetown University
Associate professor of linguistics and graduate advisor: Sociolinguistics, language and gender/ethnicity, language variation and change, discourse analysis, sociophonetics, Australian English, Western Pennsylvania dialect, acquisition of dialect
PhD, University of Pittsburgh
Lecturer in linguistics and English Language Institute faculty: Classroom discourse, developmental teaching portfolios, student self-correction, computer-assisted language learning
PhD, University of Texas at Austin
Less-Commonly-Taught Languages Center director and lecturer in linguistics: Phonetics, linguistics of signed languages, first language acquisition
PhD, University of Pittsburgh
Lecturer & ELI Supervisor Second language acquisition, L2 oral production and fluency
PhD, Indiana University, Bloomington
Assistant professor of Hispanic linguistics: Intonation, acquisition of L2 prosody, laboratory approaches to the phonology of Catalan, Spanish and English, cross language speech perception and production.
DPhil, University of Oxford
Assistant professor of linguistics: Syntax, Lexical Functional Grammar, Austronesian languages, sociolinguistics, language change, language loss, and ethnobiology.
PhD, Northern Arizona University
Lecturer in linguistics and university assessment coordinator: using corpora in language learning, computer-assisted language learning, second language writing.
PhD, University of California at Los Angeles
Professor of linguistics: Second language acquisition, first language acquisition, tense and aspect, cognitive models of language acquisition
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