Congratulations to Kathryn Campbell-Kibler, who is one of this year’s five winners of the Ronald and Deborah Ratner Distinguished Teaching Awards for 2016. The awards are presented annually to outstanding faculty teachers in the Arts and Humanities.
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 to Adam Royer, who has won 3rd place in his category at the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum for his poster, "Effects of Regional Dialect on Word-Final Consonant Voicing." Adam's research advisor is Cynthia Clopper.
Excellent news, Adam.
Congratulations are due to Marivic Lesho, who filed her dissertation on The sociophonetics and phonology of the Cavite Chabacano vowel system on Tuesday.