Congratulations are due to Bethany Toma (advisor: Judith Tonhauser), to whom the Arts and Sciences Honors Committee has given two awards: a $4,500 Undergraduate Research Scholarship and a $2,000 International Research Grant for her excellent research proposal to study the syntax, semantics and pr
Congratulations are due to Erin Walpole (advisor Cynthia Clopper) who has been awarded a College of Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Research Scholarship. Erin is writing a thesis on the segmental and prosodic cues to regional dialect classification.
Excellent news, Erin!
Congratulations are due to Alyssa Nelson (advisor Cynthia Clopper) who has been awarded a College of Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Research Scholarship. Alyssa is writing a thesis on the development of vowel systems in children from three regional dialects of American English.
Congratulations are due to Jefferson Barlew, who has been awarded a 2013-2014 Arts & Humanities Graduate Research Small Grant to defray costs associated with continuing his research on the Bulu Reference project.
Terrific news, Jefferson.