Alanoud Bandar Alsulaiman

Alanoud Bandar Alsulaiman

Title/Position
Graduate Student, Masters of Arts in Linguistics
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Lauren Andrews

Title/Position
Graduate Student, Masters of Arts in Linguistics
Jeffery  Davis

Jeffery Davis

Title/Position
Graduate Student, Masters of Arts in Linguistics
Graduate Teaching Assistant, ESL
Emily  Donner

Emily Donner

Title/Position
Graduate Student, Masters of Arts in Linguistics
Graduate Teaching Assistant, ESL
Olivia Dunn

Olivia Dunn

Title/Position
Graduate Student, Masters of Arts in Linguistics
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Rhetoric
Olivia Dunn is a Linguistics MA student. Her academic focus is teaching English as a second language (TESL), and she is particularly interested in the intersection of multilingualism and identity in the classroom. Additionally, Olivia teaches a section of RHET 1030 for first-year undergraduate students.
Hyunbi (Bee) Han

Hyunbi (Bee) Han

Title/Position
Graduate Student, Masters of Arts in Linguistics
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Linguistics
John Kessler

John Kessler

Title/Position
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Linguistics
PhD Candidate, Computer Science
Osama Khalid

Osama Khalid

Title/Position
Graduate Student, Masters of Arts in Linguistics
Onae Parker

Onae Parker

Title/Position
PhD Candidate, Linguistics
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Linguistics
Madison Stahl

Madison Stahl

Title/Position
Graduate Student, Masters of Arts in Linguistics
Graduate Teaching Assistant, ESL
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Lun Tao

Title/Position
Graduate Student, Masters of Arts in Linguistics
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Linguistics
Kezia Walker-Cecil

Kezia Walker-Cecil

Title/Position
PhD Candidate, Linguistics
Graduate Teaching Assistant, ESL
Kezia Walker-Cecil is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Linguistics. Her research interests include second language acquisition, the syntax-pragmatics interface, information structure, and the acquisition of multiword expressions.
Wenqi Zeng

Wenqi Zeng

Title/Position
Graduate Fellow, Linguistics
PhD Candidate, Linguistics
Wenqi Zeng is a doctoral student in Linguistics. Her research interests include laboratory phonology, the interface between phonology and phonetics, and speech processing, with a special focus on bilingual and bidialectal speakers.