In addition to teaching in the classroom, I consider mentoring to be teaching as well. Over the years I have mentored and trained twelve undergraduate research assistants, and several students working on their own projects through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, honors theses, and capstone research projects. I have worked with seven MA and four PhD students from our own various departmental programs, the Linguistics department, and Speech-Language Pathology in the College of Health. I have helped at least three students secure grant funding for their own research. I have also co-authored papers with my assistants and helped two of my former mentees publish their own papers.
Title: Associate Professor
School / Department: World Languages & Cultures