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  • Three recent presentations by Aaron Albin:

     

      Albin, A. (2011). The loanword after the loan: Dual routes to diachronic nativization in Japanese loanword accent. Paper presented at Mid-Continental Phonetics & Phonology Conference (Mid-Phon) 17 (Urbana, Illinois; 10/21/2011 ~ 10/23/2011).

       

      de Jong, K.J., N.H.Silbert, K.T.Regier, and A.Albin. (2011). Statistical relationships in distinctive feature models and acoustic-phonetic properties of English consonants. Paper presented at Mid-Continental Phonetics & Phonology Conference (Mid-Phon) 17 (Urbana, Illinois; 10/21/2011 ~ 10/23/2011).

       

      Albin, A., and W. Rankinen. (2011). A Bayesian approach to cross-speaker vowel normalization. Paper presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 40 (Washington D C.; 10/27/2011 ~ 10/30/2011).
  • Nate Sims was awarded the Hutton Honors College Research Partnership Grant to learn about psycholinguistic research with Prof. Charles Lin at LaCL in the Spring of 2012.
  • Congratulations to LaCL @NTNU graduate, Dr. Stephen Lai, on receiving the Best Dissertation Award in Applied Linguistics in 2010 from Language Training and Testing Center (LTTC)!
  • Stephen Lai and Larry Li defended their dissertations in June of 2010. Congratulations, Dr. Lai and Dr. Li.
  • Prof. Lin received the Award for Best Paper in Interdisciplinery Research in Chinese Linguistics from the International Association of Chinese Linguistics during the Joint Meeting of NACCL and IACL in May of 2010.
  • Michelle Liu (NTNU undergraduate in English), who was awarded the NSC undergraduate research grant (under the supervision of Dr. Charles Lin) on the processing of restrictive and non-restrictive relative clauses in Chinese, is pursuing a Master's degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences at University of Kansas.
  • Clara Chen and Paul Chang defended their MA theses in May 2009. Both of them worked on lexical ambiguity resolution in on-lines senence processing. 
  • Vicky Lin was awarded the NSC undergraduate research grant (under the supervision of the lab director Dr. Charles Lin). In December of 2008, she got admissions from Graduate Institutes of Linguistics of National Cheng-Chi University, National Taiwan Normal University, and National Taiwan University! 
  • Larry Li (NTNU Ph.D. program) and Clara Chen (NTNU M.A. Program) both received scholarships from the Language Training and Testing Center (LTTC).
  • Li-Hsin Ning, who worked with Dr. Charles Lin on her MA thesis, received an MA thesis award from the Linguistic Society of Taiwan in 2008 and Fulbright Scholarship to study linguistics at UIUC in the USA. 

 

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