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CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENTS
abakken (at) email.unc.edu
hbeachum (at) email.unc.edu
abowers (at) email.unc.edu
A.B. Anthropology, Occidental College (1977); Postbaccalaureate Certificate in Classics, UNC-Asheville (2001)
Jeff is a student in the Ph.D. program. His area of interest is historical linguistics, chiefly Indo-European and long-range comparison.
Lisa_Domby (at) med.unc.edu
M.S. Speech and Hearing Sciences, UNC-CH (1993)
Lisa is a second-year student whose primary area of interest is bilingual phonological acquisition.
mefuller (at) email.unc.edu
BS Mathematical Decision Science, University of North Carolina (2010)
I am currently a first year MA student interested in phonology, phonetics, evolution of language, and computational linguistics - particularly models of language learning.
jkg (at) live.unc.edu
Kline is a second-year student whose interests include morphology, historical linguistics and tonal phonology. He focuses primarily on the Scandinavian languages.
gsoler (at) email.unc.edu
Inma is a doctoral candidate whose main interest is acquisition of syntax. She researches both first and second language acquisition of Spanish.
jengriff (at) email.unc.edu
linghix (at) email.unc.edu
BA Linguistics, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (2006)
Caleb's main interest is typology of morphosyntax, especially of grammatical alignment, case marking, and constituent order. He passes the time by practicing rare speech sounds.
azjaber (at) live.unc.edu
Aziz is a first-year doctoral candidate. His interests include phonology, prominent licensors in particular and their asymmetrical behavior, and semantics & pragmatics.
mkohn (at) email.unc.edu
BA English and Spanish, Appalachian State (2001); MA English with a concentration in sociolinguistics, North Carolina State University (2008)
Mary is a fourth year student in Linguistics with an interest in language variation and change. She currently works on several research endeavors including the Southeast Raleigh Project and the Frank Porter Graham Project. Through her research she hopes to create a better understanding of how children's accents change during the school years, and how cultural geographic factors interface with trajectories of language change.
daloor (at) email.unc.edu
mccormpb (at) email.unc.edu
B.S. Mathematics, University of South Carolina (2007)
Patrick is a student in the MA program, currently finishing his thesis on gestural phonology and teaching Ling 101.
Emily is a first-year student. Her main interest is historical linguistics.
BS Spanish and Business Management, Millikin University (2010)
jpinta (at) email.unc.edu
Justin is a first year MA student whose linguistic interests include diachronic linguistics, phonology, and language variation (in particular that of the Spanish language, specializing in its River Plate variant).
amyrey (at) email.unc.edu
halley (at) email.unc.edu
hangz (at) email.unc.edu