Ph.D. Stacey Jacobson (Romance-Spanish, Linguistics), Summer 2021. Dissertation title: Technology-Assisted Training in L2 Spanish Pronunciation: Evaluation from Phonetic and Psychometric Perspectives. Director: O’Rourke. Barbara Honeycutt (Romance-Spanish, Literature), Fall 2021, Dissertation
Day of the Dead celebration held at the Department of Modern Languages & Classics; sponsored by the Spanish Club/LEASF. The altar was dedicated to Frida Kahlo. The “calaveras literarias” (skul\l
Elizabeth Naranjo Hayes was awarded a prestigious Southern Regional Education Board (SREB)-Doctoral Scholars Program (DSP) Dissertation Year Award for 2021-2022. As a State Doctoral Scholars Fellow, she will be awarded
Sponsored by the US State Department, Fulbright Awards are highly competitive, and provide grants for individually designed study and research projects, or for English-teaching assistantships. Nine UA graduates have been
PhD student Jana Coffman received a Symposium Merit Award for her paper presentation at the Educational Studies Graduate Research Symposium, recognizing her excellent research based work.
Graduate student Jana Coffman, who is working towards her PhD in Spanish Linguistics with a French minor, was nominated for the Educator of Excellence Award in August of 2016 through