Graduate Programs in TESOL
Location: Room 233, Carroll Hall
Hours: Vary by semester
Contact: LING faculty upstairs in rooms 340-343 or in the Main English Department Office
The Linguistics Lab is a vital part of the linguistics program, providing the space and equipment to facilitate certain aspects of applied and theoretical research in the field, including phonological and phonetic analysis, video analysis of signed languages, and discourse studies. The lab contains several computers, various pieces of audio and video recording equipment, and a small library of resources relevant to TESOL and applied linguistics. A part-time Graduate Assistant keeps office hours during regular semesters to help both researchers and undergraduate students who are taking introductory linguistics courses. Inquiries about the lab or requests for collaboration should be sent to the TESOL coordinator (Dr. Matt Ciscel, firstname.lastname@example.org) or one of the other linguistics professors.