Congratulations are due to Andy Plummer, who filed his dissertation onThe acquisition of vowel normalization during early Infancy: Theory and computational framework on Friday.
Congratulations are due to Marivic Lesho, who filed her dissertation on The sociophonetics and phonology of the Cavite Chabacano vowel system on Tuesday.
Congratulations are due to Liz McCullough, who has taken a post-doctoral position with Professor Cynthia Clopper and Professor Laura Wagner (OSU Psychology) on their project, "A Large-Scale Cross-Sectional Investigation of Dialect Acquisition". Liz provided me this brief description of her
Congratulations to Cynthia Clopper and Laura Wagner, who have been awarded a grant from OSU's Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences for their proposal, "A Large-Scale Cross-Sectional Investigation of Dialect Acquisition" in the amount of $120,000 ($60k per year for 2 years).
Congratulations are due to Brice Russ, who has successfully defended his MA thesis, "Examining Regional Variation Through Online Geotagged Corpora."
Great news, Brice!
Congratulations are due to Andy Plummer, who has taken a post-doctoral position on a project with Professor Eric Fosler-Lussier of Computer Science and Engineering. Andy provided me this brief description of the project: