Post Tagged with: "Sofía Fernandez"

Linguistics Colloquium | Attitudes Towards Language and Foreign Language Learning in the United States, March 26

Sofia Fernandez

The Linguistics Colloquium series presents Sofia Fernandez discussing “Attitudes towards Language and Foreign Language Learning in the United States” on Friday, March 26, from 12:55-1:50 p.m. via Microsoft TEAMS. Join the Teams meeting on your computer or mobile app. Or call in (audio only) +1 614-706-6572,,653501447# United States, Columbus. Phone […]

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January 2, 2021 at 7:00 amEvents

Soto, Fernandez, Consolini Present at Second Language Research Forum

Carla Consolini presenting at SLRF

Linguistics graduate students Irene Soto, Sofía Fernandez and Carla Consolini presented individually at the prestigious Second Language Research Forum last October in Montréal, Canada. They also attended presentations by famous scholars in the field of second language acquisition, such as Dr. Rod Ellis and Dr. Aneta Pavlenko, among others. Soto’s presentation […]

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January 30, 2019 at 1:35 pmResearch

Linguistics Faculty, Students Present Teaching Tips at Second Language Pronunciation Conference

Linguistics faculty and graduate students present at PSLLT

Second-year Linguistics M.A. students Sofía Fernandez and Zoe Zawadzki presented their projects at the 10th annual Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching conference at Iowa State University from Sept. 6-8, along with Dr. Lara Wallace and Dr. Edna Lima of the English Langauge Improvement Program. Fernandez presented with Wallace, Senior […]

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November 28, 2018 at 1:55 pmResearch

How to Manage Your TA and Student Responsibilities

How to Manage Your TA and Student Responsibilities

By Sofía Fernandez Graduate Student in Linguistics at Ohio University Being a graduate student requires a lot of time commitment, especially if you have to combine it with a teaching assistantship position. Here is a list of recommendations to manage both tasks successfully: Remember that you are a student first […]

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January 6, 2018 at 1:39 pmNews