December 4, 2019
If you are curious about how children acquire language in monolingual and bilingual settings and would like to engage in hands-on research experience for credit, the UTSA Linguistics Lab might be the place for you.
Dr. Pablo Requena is seeking highly motivated, detail oriented students who have studied Spanish or grew up speaking Spanish at home to assist with research in linguistics. Projects investigate the acquisition of Spanish grammar by typically developing monolingual and bilingual children. The results will be useful to researchers interested in how to detect language delays in both monolingual and bilingual children. Training will be provided.
Students who are interested should email Dr. Pablo Requena to be screened. If selected, students will be enrolled in a 3-credit hour foreign language (FL) course.
The UTSA Department of Modern Languages and Literatures offers a minor in linguistics and a graduate certificate in linguistics.
Main Office: 4.01.01 MH
Dept of Modern Languages and Literatures
University of Texas at San Antonio
College of Liberal and Fine Arts
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San Antonio, TX 78249-1644