Kaylin Smith is the recipient of a 2019-2020 Michigan State University Graduate School Writing Fellowship to support her service as a facilitator of the linguistics program Writing & Accountability group.
Kaylin Smith presented her talk, "Vowel insertion in Scottish English liquid+nasal clusters: Boundary disputes and durational relations" at the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, which took place in Melbourne, Australia August 5th-9th.
Kaylin Smith is the recipient of an International Phonetic Association Student Award to support an oral presentation at the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences in Melbourne, Australia, which took place August 5th-9th.
Kaylin Smith and Ye Ma presented a poster titled "Semantic Attraction in Sentence Processing" at the CUNY Human Sentence Processing Conference in Boulder, Colorado, which took place March 29th-31st. Co-authors: Yan Cong and Alan Beretta.
Mohammed Ruthan and Kaylin Smith receive College of Arts and Letters Dissertation Completion Fellowship
Mohammed Ruthan and Kaylin Smith are the recipients of the Michigan State University College of Arts and Letters Dissertation Completion Fellowship (Awarded for Fall 2019 and Summer 2020, respectively).
Mohammed Ruthan presented his talk, "Temporal Coordination and Sonority of Jazani Arabic Word-initial Clusters" at the Annual Meeting on Phonology, which took place at University of California San Diego, San Diego on October 5-7, 2018. Karthik Durvasula and Yen Hwei Lin are co-authors.
Xiayimaierdan Abudushalamu receives Short-Term Research Fellowship from the University of Potsdam (2019 summer)
Xiayimaierdan Abudushalamu is the recipient of the 3-month Short-Term Research Fellowship funded by the Collaborative Research Centre SFB 1287 “Limits of Variability in Language: Cognitive, Grammatical, and Social Aspects” in the University of Potsdam, Germany during this 2019 summer to continue his research on Uyghur Vowel Harmony.
Chad Hall's paper, "The Perception of the Vowel Continuum in British and U.S. English Speakers", has been published in Papers from the Lancaster University Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching on December, 2018.
Monica Nesbitt is the recipient of the Michigan State University Graduate School Writing Fellowship (Awarded for 2018-2019 academic year) to support her service as a facilitator of the linguistics program writing group.
Ni-La Le presented her talk, "Vietnamese children's comprehension of definite noun phrases" at the 4th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research in Linguistics and Language Education, which took place at University of Foreign Languages, Hue University in Hue, Vietnam on October 25-26, 2018. Hannah Forsythe and Cristina Schmitt are co-authors.