Student writing from my Spring 2019 Clark Honors College course is up on our blog, with student pieces aimed at explaining an issue in linguistic discrimination to popular audiences.
See Vaughn et al. (2018) for a description of a class lab project from LING 302 that conducted original research on the social meaning of adjective intensification.
See photos of first year students from my and Paul Dassonville's Speak Your Mind FIG over the years, including some interactive demos students created on topics in language and cognition, visiting the LCNI (neuroimaging lab) on campus, and on other of our various field trips!
I am currently on leave from the University of Oregon, and am a Visiting Research Scientist at the Language Science Center at the University of Maryland.
fall 2019 teaching
Introduction to Language (LING 101) (undergraduate)