The Speech Production Lab conducts research on second language acquisition and sociophonetics. The lab is currently looking for motivated, hard-working students who are interested in working in linguistics research. Please see below for opportunities to join the lab, either as a volunteer, a research assistant, or working as a graduate student in collaboration with our lab.
Undergraduate and Young Professional Research Assistants
We are always looking for driven undergraduate students and young professionals who are interested in working on a variety of projects within our lab. If you are interested in joining the team, please fill out this Google Form. Any specific questions or concerns can be addressed to lab manager Ella Deaton at firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon applying you will be asked to come in for an interview with one of the principal investigators. The best time to apply is the summer and the weeks leading up to the start of the semester.
Graduate Research Assistants
Graduate students involvement is integral to our lab. Please email the lab manager, Ella Deaton, expressing your interest and providing information on your program.