Lauren Andrews

Lauren Andrews

Graduate Student
Instructional Serv Specialist, CLCL
 

Jack Doden

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Olivia Dunn

Olivia Dunn

Graduate Teaching Assistant

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.

John Kessler

John Kessler

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Wesley_Martin

Wesley Martin

Graduate Teaching Assistant
 
Guy Meyer

Guy Meyer

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Guy Meyer is completing his master’s degree in linguistics with a focus on teaching English as a second language (TESL). He received his bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Arizona State University, and he currently teaches Intermediate Spanish as a teaching assistant.

Paul Morris

Paul Morris

Graduate Student

My research focuses on acoustic cues in the speech sound signal which are used for speech perception and differentiating sounds. Specifically, using production and perceptual experiments, I will investigate the Spanish acoustic cues that differentiate voicing categories of consonant sounds (e.g., p versus b) and how second language learners of Spanish adjust their production and perception of acoustic cues that may differ between Spanish and their native language, English.

Hailey Murphy

Hailey Murphy

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Alaa Nasef

Alaa Nasef

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Alaa Nasef is a Linguistics Graduate Student & Arabic TA. Alaa teaches ARAB: 3011:0001 Advanced Modern Standard Arabic. Alaa is also responsible for Conversation Hour and Grammar Table.

 

Webster Neely

Graduate Teaching Assistant
 

Onae Parker

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Madison Stahl

Madison Stahl

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Kaitlyn Vote

Kaitlyn Vote

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Kezia Walker-Cecil

Kezia Walker-Cecil

Graduate Teaching Assistant

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.

 
Laura Widman

Laura Widman

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Wenqi Zeng

Wenqi Zeng

Graduate Teaching Assistant

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.