Chenchen presented her poster "Prominence of stereotypes shapes listeners' attitude towards Mandarin syllable contraction" at the 91st Annual Meeting of Linguistics Society of America in Austin, Texas (January 5th-8th).
Cara presented her talk, "Automating excrescent stop detection: A study from the Buckeye Corpus" as a poster at the 91st Annual Meeting of Linguistics Society of America in Austin, Texas (January 5th-8th). Karthik Durvasula was second author.
Xiaomei presented her talk, "Migration, Local Identity and Change in Tianjin Tone Sandhi" at the 2017 Annual Meeting of Linguistic Society of America, Austin, Texas (January 5-8). She also provided another talk, "A Unified Approach to Tianjin Trisyllabic Tone Sandhi: Metrical Conditions and Tonal Complexity", in which Yen-Hwei Lin was second author.
Ni-La gave a talk entitled "Interactions between number and definiteness: The case of Vietnamese acquisition" at the International Conference on Asian Linguistics (iCAL2016) in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, which took place December 15th-16th, 2016.
Cara Feldscher, Ho-Hsin Huang, Alicia Parrish, and Sayako Uehara each presented a poster at the Fall 2016 MSU Cognitive Science Program Poster Session.
Hannah Forsythe presented her poster, "Top-down learning in the acquisition of pronouns" at the 41st Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD 41), which took place in Boston, MA, November 4th-6th.
Xiaomei Wang presented her poster entitled "Age, local identity and change in Tianjin Tone Sandhi" at the New Ways of Analyzing Variation 45 in Vancouver, Canada, which took place November 3-6th.
Monica Nesbitt and Alex Mason presented their talk "Evidence of the Elsewhere Shift in the Inland North" at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV 45) in Vancouver, BC, which took place November 2nd-7th.
Monica Nesbitt received a Student Travel Award for NWAV 45, which includes a mentorship with Kirk Hazen (West Virginia University).
Cara Feldscher presented her talk "States, degrees, and addivity" at Semantics and Syntax Workshop of the American Midwest and Prairies, which was hosted by Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois on October 22nd.
Ai Taniguchi presented her talk "Demanding an answer: The CCP semantics of anti-rhetorical questions in Japanese" at Semantics and Syntax Workshop of the American Midwest and Prairies, which took place at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois on October 22nd.