Syracuse Shines at Applied Linguistics Conference
Elizabeth Elton '18 (far left) and Katherine Rock-Vo were among a group of M.A. students in linguistic studies, along with a member of the Certificate of Advanced Studies in Language Teaching program, invited to present their research at the Applied Linguistics Winter Conference at Binghamton University. “Our students showed that linguistics-infused research around technology and media is an integral part of language teaching and learning,” says Amanda Brown, associate professor of linguistics in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics. Two M.A. students also presented their findings at the regional workshop of the Language Educators of Central New York.