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Dr. Iya Price

Name

[Price, Dr. Iya]
  • Lecturer, Modern Languages
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor

Professional Preparation

    • 2009 MEd in Educational AdministrationTexas Christian University (TCU)
    • 2003 MA, BA in Russian, EnglishTogliatti State University
    • 2012 Graduate Certificate in TESOLUniversity of Texas at Arlington
    • 2016 PhD in LinguisticsUniversity of Texas at Arlington

Appointments

    • Aug 2016 to Present Lecturer
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Aug 2011 to May 2016 Graduate Assistant in Teaching/Research
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Oct 2009 to May 2010 Adjunct Instructor
      Westwood College
    • Aug 2007 to May 2009 Graduate Assistant in Teaching/Research
      Texas Christian University (TCU)

Memberships

  • Membership
    • May 2017 to Present South Central Modern Language Association (Modern Language Association of America)
    • Aug 2016 to Present Linguistic Society of America (LSA)

Awards and Honors

    • May  2014 Donald A. Burquest Award for Excellence in Teaching Linguistics sponsored by University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX
    • May  2013 College of Liberal Arts Scholar sponsored by College Liberal ArtsUniversity of Texas at Arlington

Publications

      Journal Article 2015
      • Price, I. K., Witzel, N., & Witzel, J. Orthographic and phonological form interference during silent reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 41(6), 1628-1647

        {Peer Reviewed }

      Book Review 2014
      • Price, I. K. Review of Translation Studies and Eye-Tracking Analysis, ed. by Sambor Grucza, Monica Pluzyczka, Justyna Zajac (2013) for LINGUIST list, Dec. 4, 2014: 25.4902.

        {Book Review }

Presentations

    • October  2017
      Price, I.K. Effects of story retelling on adult foreign language development: Evidence from Russian.
      Paper presented at 
    • February  2016
      Price, I.K., & Witzel, J. Misalignment of offline and online measures in Russian relative clause processing.

      Paper presented at the 38th Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS 2016) – a workshop on “Sentence complexity at the boundary of grammatical theory and processing: A special challenge for language acquisition”, University of Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany. 

    • December  2015
      Price, I.K., & Witzel, J. Sources of processing difficulty in relative clauses: Evidence from Russian.

      Paper presented at the 3nd St. Petersburg Winter Symposium on Experimental Studies of Speech & Language - The Night Whites Language Workshop, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

    • October  2015
      Price, I. K, & Witzel, J. Stages of processing for complex sentences: Evidence from Russian.

      Paper presented at the 23rd Annual University of Texas at Arlington Student Conference in Linguistics and TESOL, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX.

    • October  2015
      Price, I. K, & Witzel, J. Stages of processing for complex sentences: Evidence from Russian.

      Paper presented at the 7th DFW Metroplex Linguistics Conference, University of North Texas, Denton, TX.

    • March  2015
      Price, I.K., & Witzel, J. Independent sources of relative clause processing difficulty: Evidence from Russian.

      Poster presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, University of South California, Los Angeles, CA.

    • March  2014
      Price, I.K., & Witzel, J. Relative clause processing: Evidence from Russian.

      Poster presented at the 2 St. Petersburg Winter Symposium on Experimental Studies of Speech & Language - The Night Whites Language Workshop, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

    • March  2013
      Khelm, I., Witzel, N., & Witzel, J. Form interference effects during silent reading.

      Poster presented at the 26th Annual Meeting of the CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.

    • February  2013
      Khelm, I. The Use of the Russian particle -to as an emphasis and irritation marker in emotionally charged conversations.

      Paper presented at the 20th annual UTA Student Conference in Linguistics and TESOL, University of Texas at Arlington, TX

    • February  2013
      Khelm, I., Witzel, N., & Witzel, J. Phonological and orthographic interference during silent reading.

      Poster presented at the 20th Annual University of Texas at Arlington Student Conference in Linguistics and TESOL, University of Texas at Arlington

  • Past
    •  
      Effects of story retelling on adult foreign language development: Evidence from Russian.
      Paper presented at the 74th Annual Conference of South Central Modern Language Association, Tulsa, OK. 

Support & Funding

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    • Feb 2016 to Feb 2016 Conference Travel Funding from the College of Liberal Arts sponsored by  - $750
    • Dec 2015 to Dec 2015 Conference Travel Funding from the College of Liberal Arts sponsored by  - $750
    • Mar 2015 to Mar 2015 Conference Travel Funding from the College of Liberal Arts sponsored by  - $675
    • May 2014 to May 2014 Jerold A. Edmondson Research Endowment in Linguistics Grant sponsored by  - $1200
    • Jan 2014 to Jan 2014 Conference Travel Funding from the College of Liberal Arts sponsored by  - $1225
    • Nov 2013 to Nov 2013 Conference Travel Funding from the College of Liberal Arts sponsored by  - $675
    • Mar 2013 to Mar 2013 Non-Travel Research Funding from the Dean of Liberal Arts sponsored by  - $300
    • Mar 2013 to Mar 2013 CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing Travel Grant sponsored by  - $250

Courses

      • RUSS 2313-022 INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN I

        This course is intended as a second semester of introduction to the Russian language and culture. The course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at an intermediate level, and to master core grammatical and syntactical structures. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, multimedia, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporated in the course. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 2314-022 INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN II

        This course is intended as a second semester of introduction to the Russian language and culture. The course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at an intermediate level, and to master core grammatical and syntactical structures. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, multimedia, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporated in the course. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 3304-001 Intro to Russian Linguistics

        This course provides an overview of linguistic theory with focus on the Russian language. It covers topics related to history of the language, phonology (the system of sounds), morphology (the structure and formation of words), syntax (the structure of phrases and sentences), sociolinguistics (the study of language variations related to ethnicity, status, gender, etc.), and psycholinguistics (the study of cognitive processes that enable humans to comprehend and produce language). This course will both provide a general introduction to linguistics as well as deeper understanding of the linguistic processes observed in the Russian language. No prior knowledge of linguistics or the Russian language is necessary. However, the assignments will be designed so that there are opportunities for Russian major/minor students to improve their Russian language skills, as well as opportunities for students of other majors to improve linguistic and analytical skills.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 3301-001 Intro to Russian Linguistics

        This course provides an overview of linguistic theory with focus on the Russian language. It covers topics related to history of the language, phonology (the system of sounds), morphology (the structure and formation of words), syntax (the structure of phrases and sentences), sociolinguistics (the study of language variations related to ethnicity, status, gender, etc.), and psycholinguistics (the study of cognitive processes that enable humans to comprehend and produce language). This course will both provide a general introduction to linguistics as well as deeper understanding of the linguistic processes observed in the Russian language. No prior knowledge of linguistics or the Russian language is necessary. However, the assignments will be designed so that there are opportunities for Russian major/minor students to improve their Russian language skills, as well as opportunities for students of other majors to improve linguistic and analytical skills.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 3301-001 RUSSIAN CHILDREN'S LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION

        Covers the works of major Russian authors during the period from the beginning of Russian literature until and after the 1917 Revolution, focusing on the interrelationship of various literary movements and philosophies. Students receiving credit in Russian will complete a research project using the Russian language. May be repeated for credit as topics and periods vary. Offered as ENGL 3301 and RUSS 3301; credit will be granted in only one department. Prerequisites: ENGL 3301-English majors must have earned a C or better in ENGL 2350 or must be concurrently enrolled in ENGL 2350. Non-majors must have earned a C or better in 6 hours of sophomore literature (ENGL 2303, ENGL 2309, ENGL 2319, ENGL 2329) or an A in 3 hours of sophomore literature (ENGL 2303, ENGL 2309, ENGL 2319, ENGL 2329). RUSS 3301-RUSS 2314 or equivalent with a grade of C or better, or knowledge of the language and permission of the instructor.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • ENGL 3301-001 RUSSIAN CHILDREN'S LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION

        Covers the works of major Russian authors during the period from the beginning of Russian literature until and after the 1917 Revolution, focusing on the interrelationship of various literary movements and philosophies. Students receiving credit in Russian will complete a research project using the Russian language. May be repeated for credit as topics and periods vary. Offered as ENGL 3301 and RUSS 3301; credit will be granted in only one department. Prerequisites: ENGL 3301-English majors must have earned a C or better in ENGL 2350 or must be concurrently enrolled in ENGL 2350. Non-majors must have earned a C or better in 6 hours of sophomore literature (ENGL 2303, ENGL 2309, ENGL 2319, ENGL 2329) or an A in 3 hours of sophomore literature (ENGL 2303, ENGL 2309, ENGL 2319, ENGL 2329). RUSS 3301-RUSS 2314 or equivalent with a grade of C or better, or knowledge of the language and permission of the instructor.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 1441-001 BEGINNING RUSSIAN I

        An introduction to the Russian language and culture course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of Russian. Using multimedia immersion in the culture and language of Russia and other Russian-speaking regions, the course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporated in the course. There are no prerequisites.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 3333-001 CONVERSATION AND TOPICS IN RUSSIAN CULTURE

        Topics in Russian Language Study provides an opportunity to practice speaking, listening, and written communication in Russian at an intermediate level, while building vocabulary and language structures. Multimedia and web conferencing make up a vital component of the course. One of the three class sessions per week is reserved for a virtual meeting with instructors at Omsk State University in Omsk, Russia, for active practice. The other two classes per week are spent preparing for the virtual meetings and developing listening/speaking as well as reading/writing skills. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 1441-022 BEGINNING RUSSIAN I-II

        An introduction to the Russian language and culture course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of Russian. Using multimedia immersion in the culture and language of Russia and other Russian-speaking regions, the course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporated in the course. There are no prerequisites.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 1442-022 BEGINNING RUSSIAN I-II

        An introduction to the Russian language and culture course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of Russian. Using multimedia immersion in the culture and language of Russia and other Russian-speaking regions, the course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporated in the course. There are no prerequisites.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 1442-001 BEGINNING RUSSIAN I-II

        An introduction to the Russian language and culture course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of Russian. Using multimedia immersion in the culture and language of Russia and other Russian-speaking regions, the course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporated in the course. There are no prerequisites.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 1442-022 BEGINNING RUSSIAN I-ii

        An introduction to the Russian language and culture course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of Russian. Using multimedia immersion in the culture and language of Russia and other Russian-speaking regions, the course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporated in the course. There are no prerequisites.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 1442-001 BEGINNING RUSSIAN I-ii

        An introduction to the Russian language and culture course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of Russian. Using multimedia immersion in the culture and language of Russia and other Russian-speaking regions, the course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporated in the course. There are no prerequisites.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 1441-022 BEGINNING RUSSIAN I-ii

        An introduction to the Russian language and culture course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of Russian. Using multimedia immersion in the culture and language of Russia and other Russian-speaking regions, the course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporated in the course. There are no prerequisites.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 1441-022 BEGINNING RUSSIAN I

        An introduction to the Russian language and culture course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of Russian. Using multimedia immersion in the culture and language of Russia and other Russian-speaking regions, the course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporated in the course. There are no prerequisites.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 2313-022 INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN I

        This course is intended as a second semester of introduction to the Russian language and culture. The course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at an intermediate level, and to master core grammatical and syntactical structures. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, multimedia, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporated in the course. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 2314-022 INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN II

        This course is intended as a second semester of introduction to the Russian language and culture. The course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at an intermediate level, and to master core grammatical and syntactical structures. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, multimedia, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporated in the course. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 3304-001 Topics in Russian Language Study: Russian Grammar

        This course provides an overview of the Russian grammar system. It covers variety of topics towards active mastering of Russian grammar including Russian case system, verb conjugation, sentence structure, and others. The course requires intermediate knowledge of Russian. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 1441-022 BEGINNING RUSSIAN I

        An introduction to the Russian language and culture course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of Russian. Using multimedia immersion in the culture and language of Russia and other Russian-speaking regions, the course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporates in the course. There are no prerequisites.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 1442-022 BEGINNING RUSSIAN II

        An introduction to the Russian language and culture course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of Russian. Using multimedia immersion in the culture and language of Russia and other Russian-speaking regions, the course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporates in the course. There are no prerequisites.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 3333-001 CONVERSATION AND TOPICS IN RUSSIAN CULTURE

        Topics in Russian Language Study provides an opportunity to practice speaking, listening, and written communication in Russian at an intermediate level, while building vocabulary and language structures. Multimedia and web conferencing make up a vital component of the course. One of the three class sessions per week is reserved for a virtual meeting with instructors at Omsk State University in Omsk, Russia, for active practice. The other two classes per week are spent preparing for the virtual meetings and developing listening/speaking as well as reading/writing skills. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4327-002 SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

        This course will focus on second language acquisition. Topics will include the similarities and differences between first and second language acquisition, perception and production in native and non-native languages, and the implications of second language acquisition and processing research for theoretical linguistics and language teaching.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 3304-001 Topics in Russian Language Study/ Topics in Linguistics: Introduction to Russian Linguistics

        This course provides an overview of linguistic theory with focus on the Russian language. It covers topics related to history of the language, phonology (the system of sounds), morphology (the structure and formation of words), syntax (the structure of phrases and sentences), sociolinguistics (the study of language variations related to ethnicity, status, gender, etc.), and psycholinguistics (the study of cognitive processes that enable humans to comprehend and produce language). This course will both provide a general introduction to linguistics as well as deeper understanding of the linguistic processes observed in the Russian language. No prior knowledge of linguistics or the Russian language is necessary. However, the assignments will be designed so that there are opportunities for Russian major/minor students to improve their Russian language skills, as well as opportunities for students of other majors to improve linguistic and analytical skills.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 3301-001 Topics in Russian Language Study/ Topics in Linguistics: Introduction to Russian Linguistics

        This course provides an overview of linguistic theory with focus on the Russian language. It covers topics related to history of the language, phonology (the system of sounds), morphology (the structure and formation of words), syntax (the structure of phrases and sentences), sociolinguistics (the study of language variations related to ethnicity, status, gender, etc.), and psycholinguistics (the study of cognitive processes that enable humans to comprehend and produce language). This course will both provide a general introduction to linguistics as well as deeper understanding of the linguistic processes observed in the Russian language. No prior knowledge of linguistics or the Russian language is necessary. However, the assignments will be designed so that there are opportunities for Russian major/minor students to improve their Russian language skills, as well as opportunities for students of other majors to improve linguistic and analytical skills.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 2313-022 INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN I

        This course is intended as a second semester of introduction to the Russian language and culture. The course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level, and to master core grammatical and syntactical structures. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, multimedia, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporates in the course.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 2314-022 INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN II

        This course is intended as a second semester of introduction to the Russian language and culture. The course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level, and to master core grammatical and syntactical structures. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, multimedia, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporates in the course.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 1442-022 BEGINNING RUSSIAN II

        An introduction to the Russian language and culture course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of Russian. Using multimedia immersion in the culture and language of Russia and other Russian-speaking regions, the course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporates in the course. There are no prerequisites.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4327-002 SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

        This course will focus on second language acquisition. Topics will include the similarities and differences between first and second language acquisition, perception and production in native and non-native languages, and the implications of second language acquisition and processing research for theoretical linguistics and language teaching.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • RUSS 1441-022 BEGINNING RUSSIAN I

        An introduction to the Russian language and culture course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of Russian. Using multimedia immersion in the culture and language of Russia and other Russian-speaking regions, the course is designed to enable students to understand and communicate effectively in Russian at a novice level. The course will consist of classroom activities, readings, quizzes, discussions, roleplay, and other active learning tasks. All five skills – reading, listening, grammar, writing, and speaking – are incorporates in the course. There are no prerequisites.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4327-002 SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

        This course will focus on second language acquisition. Topics will include the similarities and differences between first and second language acquisition, perception and production in native and non-native languages, and the implications of second language acquisition and processing research for theoretical linguistics and language teaching.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4327-002 SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

        This course will focus on second language acquisition. Topics will include the similarities and differences between first and second language acquisition, perception and production in native and non-native languages, and the implications of second language acquisition and processing research for theoretical linguistics and language teaching.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4327-002 Second Language Acquisition

        This course will focus on second language acquisition. Topics will include the similarities and differences between first and second language acquisition, perception and production in native and non-native languages, and the implications of second language acquisition and processing research for theoretical linguistics and language teaching.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4327-001 Second Language Acquisition

        This course will focus on second language acquisition. Topics will include the similarities and differences between first and second language acquisition, perception and production in native and non-native languages, and the implications of second language acquisition and processing research for theoretical linguistics and language teaching.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4354-001 METHODS AND MATERIALS TO TEACH ENGLISH AS A SECOND OR FOREIGN LANGUAGE

        This course is an in-depth study of how to design ESL/EFL reading and writing classes and how to create instruction and assessment materials for these classes based on sound pedagogical principles. Much of the course includes hands-on experience, discussion, and practical application of course topics. A key component of the course is the student’s participation in volunteer ESL teaching.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 2301-001 Introduction to the Study of Human Language
        A variety of languages presented as a basis for discussion of topics such as: how languages are alike, and how different; how new languages arise; how human languages are reflections of human beings; how infants and adults acquire languages; how computers relate to human languages.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • LING 2301-001 Introduction to the Study of Human Language
        A variety of languages presented as a basis for discussion of topics such as: how languages are alike, and how different; how new languages arise; how human languages are reflections of human beings; how infants and adults acquire languages; how computers relate to human languages.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012

Other Teaching Activities

  • 2012
    • LING 2301: Introduction to the Study of Human Language
      • Aug 2012 Instructor of Record
  • 2013
    • LING 2301: Introduction to the Study of Human Language
      • Jan 2013 Instructor of Record
    • LING 4353: Methods and Materials to Teach English as a Second or Foreign Language
      • Aug 2013 Instructor of Record

Other Service Activities

  • Synergistic Activities
    • Feb 2013 UTASCILT Organizer (2013)

      Organized the 20th annual UTA Student Conference in Linguistics and TESOL

    • Jan 2013 LINGUA President (2012-2013)

      President of LINGUA - Linguistics Circle at UTA Student Organization 

  • Synergistic Activities
    • Feb 2012 Abstract Reviewer (Conferences)

      19th annual UTA Student Conference in Linguistics and TESOL 

  • 21st annual UTA Student Conference in Linguistics and TESOL
    • Sep 2015 Abstract Reviewer