The Linguistics Program has been participating in Scholars Week every year since its inception. Faculty nominate student research and then a committee selects those students who will participate. Sometimes students have participated in the university-wide poster session and sometimes in panel presentations.
Scholars Week 2022
Sylvia Cohen, "Emotion and the Body in Twi"
Meghan Lopez, "To Be In or To Be On: Adpositional variation in Twi"
Madison Peyton, “Language Attitudes & Language Use: The Case of joual in Québec”
Scholars Week 2021
Jessalyn Campbell, “Hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ Xʷməθkʷəy̓əm Morphosyntax”
Aspen Clark, “Examine I Syntax the Arabic the Modern the Standard: A Look Into Verb Raising, Negation, Definiteness, and Possession"
Jess Costanza, “Let's Go Camping: The Life of Polari, London's Queer Cant”
Leah Robinson and Michelle Nguyen, “Development of Japanese Passives in Relation to Middle Voice: Old Japanese Through the Modern Period (700 AD-Present)”
Scholars Week 2020
Scholars Week 2019
Chris Beswetherick & Daniel Leach, The Evolution of Spanish Coronal Fricatives
Aron Finholt, The Scope of Negation in Romance
Emily Hillman, The Syntax of Guarani
Evelyn Hobbs, A Brief Look at Lushootseed Syntax
Scholars Week 2018
Mike Jones & Jazzy Edwards, A House of Cards
Isabelle Crecca, Klallam: Not Sleeping but Awakening
Dustin Davis, Automatic Poetry Generation
Salvador Avalos, A Case(marking) of Korean Postpositionals
Holly Lund, Hungarian: The Language of Extraterrestrials
Kailey Hegedus, Second Language Acquisition of Consonant Allophones in Mandarin
Scholars Week 2017
The student research in the 2017 Scholars Week panel grew out of Dr. Janet Xing’s 421 Grammaticalization class and Dr. Edward Vajda’s LING 402 Historical Linguistics class.
Jeffrey Guptil, The Grammaticalization of "because" in Standard English
Taylor Thompson, Grammaticalization of Head Shakes in American Sign Language