Join us in congratulating our SLA graduates!

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Join us in congratulating our Second Language Acquisition graduates from the 2020 class! Despite the challenges we are all facing during the pandemic, we are very proud of our fearless Ph.D. and M.A. graduates, who will surely continue on making meaningful contributions to the field for days to come. Please, celebrate the accomplishments of our amazing graduates with us!

 

Wei Yi, Ph.D., graduated with a dissertation titled "Attentional Processing and Incidental Learning of Semantically Transparent and Opaque compounds through Reading: An Eye-tracking Study." After such an accomplishment, he is working on his next steps.

 

Ekaterina Sergeyevna Solovyeva, Ph.D., graduated with a dissertation titled “Cross-Linguistic Differences in the Learning of Inflectional Morphology: Effects of Target Language Paradigm Complexity.” After become a doctor, she will continue as a Linguistic Insights Researcher at Publicis Health in Philadelphia, where she has lived since 2018.

 

Hyojin Jeong, Ph.D., graduated with a dissertation titled “The effects of training for automaticity on multiword recognition." After such an achievement, she just returned to Korea, her home country, where she is getting ready to take on new challenges.

 

Liuan Yang, M.A., just successfully completed our M.A. program in SLA and will be moving to Kansas to start a new career as a Chinese instructor, where she will be applying the knowledge she gathered during the program.

 

Eun-Kyoung Lee, M.A., just successfully completed our M.A. in SLA and will be moving “across the mall” to join UMD’s Ph.D. program in Linguistics and carry on her prolific research, some of which has already been published in Studies in Second Language Acquisition.


Yana Bodrykh Carver, M.A., just successfully completed our M.A. in SLA and will hopefully continue on exploring the different research venues within SLA.


Natalie Sullivan, M.A., just successfully completed our M.A. in SLA and will hopefully continue on exploring the different research venues within SLA.

 

Congrats and good luck to all of you, we cannot wait to see you succeed!