Yeon Joo Jung was awarded a Doctoral Dissertation Grant by the International Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF) for her work on “The role of socially-mediated alignment in the development of second language grammar and vocabulary: Comparing face-to-face and synchronous mobile-mediated communication”
Yu Kyoung Shin won a dissertation grant from the National Federation of Modern Language Teachers Association for her dissertation entitled ““L1 and L2 first-year university students’ academic writing: A lexical-bundle-based approach”
We are excited to host the American Association for Corpus Linguistics in 2018!
The official conference announcement is out — and with it a list of the wonderful keynote speakers we were able to recruit for including Tony Berber Sardinha, Bethany Gray, and Stefan Gries!
Congratulations to PhD candidate Cindy Berger, who has just accepted a full-time position as “Applied Linguist,” her official title, at Duolingo in Pittsburgh where she’ll be working on the development of innovative language learning apps!
Dr. Sara Cushing has been awarded this year’s GSU Exceptional Service Award
Cynthia Berger has just been selected for a very competitive and generously funded Linguistics/Learning Scientist PHD Internship at Duolingo in Pittsburgh
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning has just awarded PhD candidate Stephen Skalicky the GSU Graduate Student Pedagogical Award for 2017.
ALESL MA graduate Maxi-Ann Campbell is co-author (with Don Snow) of the latest edition of the book “More Than a Native Speaker.”
Nicole Petite accepted a tenure-track position in the Department of English at Youngstown State University. In addition to teaching and research, she will also be coordinating their undergraduate linguistics minor.
The AL/ESL Department is hiring a lecturer to start in the fall of 2017. More information available at http://linguistlist.org/jobs/get-jobs.cfm?id=36206657