January 14, 2021 at 8:57 am

Linguistics Colloquium Series Announces Spring 2021 Schedule

Gordy Hall

Ohio University’s Linguistics Colloquium Series announces its Spring 2021 schedule, which includes several recent graduates of the M.A. in Linguistics program as well as professional development mentoring for current students. Colloquia are Fridays from 12:55-1:50 p.m. via Microsoft TEAMS.

Jan. 29: Welcome to Sun Devil Country: Using Schoolscapes to Investigate Representation of Multilingualism on Arizona State University  – Asri Nurul Qodri, Arizona State University

Feb 5:  Students’ Perspectives on Emergency Remote Teaching during the COVID-19 Pandemic – Zoe Zawadzki, Iowa State University

Feb. 19: The Southern Ohio Language Project: Where we are today! –  Dr. Michelle O’Malley, Ohio University

Feb. 26: Job Hunting for Linguistics Graduate Students – Sally Hatfield, Ohio University

March 5: Ecological Learning Spaces: Students’ Experiences of Online Learning – Nataliia Kavun, Ohio University

March 19: Flipping the classroom in an online era: Fostering practice and opportunities for collaborative learning – Dr. Edna Lima, Ohio University

March 26: Attitudes towards Language and Foreign Language Learning in the United States– Sofia Fernandez, Arizona State University.

April 9: How to apply for Ph.D. programs and prepare application documents – Dr. Keira Park, Ohio University.

April 16: Spanish L2 writing assessment: lexical sophistication and lexical diversity as predictors of proficiency – Carla Consolini, University of Oregon.

For more information, contact Dr. David Bell, Chair of Linguistics at Ohio University,


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