Sarah Feng and Amy Wu present at NELS 2019, MIT!

Congratulations to Sarah Feng and Amy Wu (now a Masters Student in Computational Linguistics at Brandeis) who have continued to work on their ILLC project this past year and presented a Perceived Pitch and Formant Frequencies in the Perception of Lexical Tones in Cantonese at the 50th Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society that was held on October 25-27 at MIT, their mentor Prof. Nissenbaum’s alma mater!

Yerania Poline represents ILLC program at National NSF-REU site conference!

Congratulations to Yerania Poline who represented our ILLC program at the national NSF-REU site conference organized by the Council for Undergraduate Research in Alexandria, Virginia. Students and faculty from NSF-REU sites across the country shared their work and their insights and benefitted from professional development training workshops. Yerania’s presentation was one of three posters that represented a linguistics program!

Yerania presenting her poster at CUR 2019