Dartmouth Linguistics alum interviewed by Yukon Radio Canada

Dartmouth Linguistics alum Kalina Newmark '11 was interviewed by Yukon CBC radio about her involvement in a National Science Foundation grant on Native American English. The NSF grant project began at Dartmouth when Kalina was a sophomore. Kalina and another student, Nacole Walker '11, conducted a research project during LING 17 Sociolinguistics class in 2009. They continued working on the project for several years, and it developed into an NSF grant and several conference presentations involving other Dartmouth students. Kalina and Nacole have recently published a peer-reviewed journal article (with Prof. Stanford) in the journal Language in Society.