About me:

My name is Corrine Occhino and I am a linguist studying multimodal embodied language use in signed and spoken languages.

I'm committed to doing the work to implement structural changes to increase accessibility and diversity, and to create inclusive spaces in academia.

I'm currently living and working on the traditional lands of the Onondaga Nation, firekeepers of the Haudenosaunee.

Corrine Occhino PhD IPA pronunciation: /koˈɹ i:n oˈki:no/ ASL sign name: C-O-K Pronouns: she/her

Affiliation: Multimodal Language Lab Director and Coordinator of the ASL Program at Syracuse University

Appointments: Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics; Department of Teaching and Leadership

Current Courses

Spring 2023 - ASL/EDU/LIN 300-600: Diversity of Signed Languages and Deaf Cultures

Future Courses

Fall 2023 - LIN/ANT 374-674: Topics in Sociolinguistics

Past Courses

Fall 2021 - LIN/ANT 374-674: Topics in Sociolinguistics

Spring 2022 - ASL/EDU/LIN 300-600: Diversity of Signed Languages and Deaf Cultures

Fall 2022 - LIN 400-600: Psychology of Language

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Contact me at cmocchin at syr dot edu