The department was well-represented at this weekend’s 96th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA 2022)!

PhD student Megan Brown gave the talk “Regressive cross-linguistic influence in multilingual speech program: The primacy of typological similarity” (co-authored with Prof. Charles Chang) in the Friday morning Bilingualism session, and PhD student Felix Kpogo gave the poster “A vowel shift in the Twi harmony system: A case of urban Twi speakers” in the Friday morning poster session. PhD student Danielle Dionne was also in attendance!

Prof. Charles Chang accepted the Early Career Award at Saturday’s awards ceremony.

Brown, Kpogo, Dionne, & Chang outside the conference venue, the Washington Hilton
Chang, Brown, Dionne, & Kpogo by the conference registration area
Brown presenting “Regressive cross-linguistic influence in multilingual speech rhythm”
Kpogo presenting “A vowel shift in the Twi harmony system”

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