Faculty in AL & SLS
Stefanie Borst, Associate Professor of German and Applied Linguistics/Second Language Studies (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin). Second Language Reading, Technology in Language Teaching, Language for Business Purposes.
Idoia Elola, Associate Professor of Spanish and Applied Linguistics/Second Language Studies (Ph.D., University of Iowa). Second Language Acquisition and Second Language Writing.
Greta Gorsuch, Professor of Applied Linguistics/Second Language Studies. (Ed.D., Temple University Japan). Foreign Language Reading Fluency, Second Language Testing, Second Language Curriculum, Second Language Materials Design, Discourse Intonation, ITA and TA (teaching assistant) Development, Concept Development of Graduate Students, Application of Cognitive Learning Theories to Applied Linguistics Research and Practice.
James Lee, Qualia Professor of Spanish and Applied Linguistics.
Kristen Michelson, Assistant Professor of French & Applied Linguistics/Second Language Studies (Ph.D., University of Arizona).
Zenaida Aguirre, Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction (Ph.D., Psychological Studies in Education, University of California at Los Angeles). Assessment and instruction and impact on concept development of linguistically and culturally diverse students.
Fanni Liu Coward, Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction (Ph.D., Educational Psychology, University of Texas at Austin). Teacher Identity Development, Diversity in Learners and Teachers, Classroom Assessment, and Instructional Theory and Design.
James Dembowski, Assistant Professor of Speech and Hearing Science (Ph.D. University of Wisconsin – Madison). Acoustic Phonetics, Articulatory Phonetics, Speech Physiology, Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders.
Mary Jane Hurst, Professor of English and Linguistics (Ph.D., University of Maryland). Language and Gender, Sociolinguistics.
Min-Joo Kim, Assistant Professor of English and Linguistics (Ph.D., University of Massachusetts). Semantics and Syntax (and their interface), Language Acquisition.
Roman Taraban, Professor of Psychology (Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon). Language Learning, Category Induction, Connectionist Modeling, Reading Comprehension
Jeffrey P. Williams, Professor and Department Chair of Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin). Sociolinguistics, Ethnolinguistics.
Classical & Modern Languages & Literatures
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