Adjunct Professor; Sessional Instructor and Researcher

I am a phonetician, currently working as an adjunct professor and sessional instructor in the Linguistic Department at the University of Alberta. I teach Introduction to Linguistic Analysis (LING101) and Phonetics (LING205), as well as occasionally teaching a phonetics class and a technology class at CILLDI. This year (Fall2018/Winter2019), I am also teaching quantitative methods for linguistics (LING523 in the fall and LING603 in the winter). I am also a member of the Alberta Phonetics Laboratory (APhL) and the Alberta Language Technology Lab (ALTLAB).

My research interests include speech synthesis, voice quality, whispered speech, endoscopic measurement, spectral tilt, and the phonetics and phonology of prosody. I am also interested in learning how best to harness new technologies in the teaching of linguistics, both for online and on-campus courses.

This website gives a brief overview of my activities here in the department. I also have a ResearchGate profile with more on my academic output.
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