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Bailey received her B.A. in Spanish Language and Literature with a Chinese minor in May 2022 from the University of North Georgia. Through UNG, she earned her TESOL certificate as well as a certificate in Spanish Translation. She participated in a virtual study abroad program to Spain in summer of 2020 where she gained historical and linguistic knowledge of Peninsular Spanish. Last year, Bailey was a Critical Language Scholarship awardee and…
Emmy is a second-year MA student who graduated cum laude from Ball State University in Spring 2017 with a B.A. in Telecommunications. She also received minors in TESOL, creative writing, and French. She went on to teach English as a second language in both France (2017-2019) and South Korea (2020-2022) and helped produce an Crow e-learning platform for The Language Conservancy. She is the co-founder of UGA's Korean Conversation Club (KCC) and…
Yvette hails from Georgia. She is currently a teaching assistant for LING 2100. Her interests are in voice synthesis, semantics, and social patterns in language.
I am a third-year MA student. I am working on finishing my Classics MA, with which I expect to graduate in December 2022. My thesis for that degree focuses on the epithets of Athena in Homer's Iliad and Odyssey. This is my first semester in Linguistics, and my focus and passion is Historical Linguistics, especially phonological change within languages.
Michael is a Master’s Student in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Georgia. He graduated from UGA with a B.A. in Linguistics, a B.A. in Classics, and minors in Italian, Latin, and Classical Culture. Michael's research interests lie at the nexus of Syntax, Human Sentence Processing, and Computational Linguistics. Michael is currently conducting research with faculty members from the University of Georgia  and University of…
I'm a 3rd year PhD student studying the intersection of corpus phonetics and machine learning. At heart, I'm an acoustic phonetician with an interest in improving our models of speech production. Through study of social and linguistic variables, we can identify stable patterns of variation relevant to computational goals like statistical modeling, automatic speech recognition, and the creation of linguistic corpora. However, these patterns of…
Tucker received his undergraduate degrees in Linguistics and German from the University of Georgia, graduating Magna Cum Laude in the spring of 2021. He is primarily interested in sociolinguistics and phonetics. More specifically, Tucker is focused on how members of the LGBTQ+ community navigate and negotiate queer identities, linguistically and otherwise, in various spaces of the American South.
Meg is from Holden Beach, North Carolina and received her Bachelor's and Master's degree in linguistics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is now a third-year Ph.D. student at UGA with research interests in sociolinguistics, forensic linguistics and indigenous languages. Currently, Meg is working on her QP1 on African American English speakers in Georgia. Please reach out to Meg via email for CV or other questions. 

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