Philip Limerick receives Graduate Research Award

Philip Limerick (ABD, Romance Languages) has just received a Graduate Research Award through the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts. The title of his project is "Investigating Language Change in a Georgia Latino Community." He will be using this award to facilitate his dissertation research. Congratulations to Philip!

¡Enhorabuena, Dr. Garnes!

Congratulations to Philip Limerick!

I am very pleased to report that Philip Limerick has successfully defended his PhD comprehensive exams. The other members of his committee (Dr. Sarah Blackwell and Dr. Margaret Lubbers Quesada) and I put Philip through his paces regarding a variety of issues regarding the study of subject pronouns in Spanish. Philip also completed his dissertation prospectus defense as well.

Congrats to Mohammad Aljutaily

On Tuesday, May 10th, Linguistics doctoral student Mohammad Aljutaily successfully defended his first Qualifying Paper entitled "A Sociophonetic Study of Emphatic Stop and Fricative Variation in Gulf Pidgin Arabic" (see below for abstract). His committee includes Drs. Chamorro and Renwick. Congratulations, Mohammad, on this important accomplishment! 



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