Students in the Department of Linguistics are very active in presenting their research at many conferences, both nationally and internationally. We are happy to highlight their contributions to the field of linguistics and encourage everyone to attend upcoming student presentations if possible.
Student presentations for March include:
- Marco Fonseca. 日本語における音変異：ニューラルネットワークのモデル化 (Modeling Japanese sound variation through neural networks). Talk presented at 第 16 回音韻論フェスタ (Phonology Festa 16), Mar 8-9.
- Ping-Lin Chuang. Validating the diagnostic potential of a profile-based writing scale: Examination of argument structure and quality. Talk presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Virtual Conference, Mar 20-23.
- Xinlei (Dee) Chen. A Case Study on Pronunciation Tutoring. Talk presented at the TESOL 2021 Graduate Student Research Forum, Mar 23.
Some upcoming presentations for April include:
- Aylin Coskun Kunduz & Silvina Montrul. The L1 Acquisition of Evidentiality in Turkish: The case of older children. Talk to be presented at the Conference on Central Asian Languages and Linguistics (ConCALL-4), Apr 9-11.
- Martine Gallardo. Italian Venire Passives and Event Structure. Talk to be presented at the Purdue Linguistics Symposium, Apr 10-11.
Please see https://linguistics.illinois.edu/research/upcoming-student-presentations for more details.