Drew Trotter 

Michigan State University
Department of Linguistics & Languages
Office: B418 Wells Hall


I'm a PhD candidate in linguistics and cognitive science focusing on neurolinguistics and speech perception, especially second language speech perception. I am currently writing my dissertation under the direction of Alan Beretta.  

Courses I have taught:
LIN 401: Introduction to Linguistics 
IAH 231c (spring): Language & Society
IAH 231c (fall): Language & Brain 
LIN 291: Language & the Animals.

My research utilizes EEG to look at how the sound system is organized in the brains of both native and non-native speakers of a language.


Curriculum vitae (pdf)

MSU Linguistics Student Organization (web | facebook)

MSU Neurolinguistics Lab (web | facebook)