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
The Department of Modern Languages and Classics and the German Department are proud of Nick Hayes. He is one of 32 students chosen as a Rhodes Scholar. UA Student Chosen
Alyssia Miller, a PhD student in Linguistics and Spanish, has received the Reza Ordoubadian Award. The award is presented annually at the meeting of the Southeastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL)
Congratulations to Dr. Isabelle Drewelow on being selected as a Learning in Action Fellow for 2016-2017. This position is part of a University-wide project with experiential learning opportunities.