Linguistics students Victoria Peter and Lianna Wang (ROP299 with Diane Massam) and Tiffany Chung and Josephine Tong (ROP299 with Naomi Nagy) and Jingwei Chen, Julia Chin and Ruth Maddeaux (ROP399 with Sali Tagliamonte) presented their research work at the Undergraduate Research Fair in the Great Hall, Hart House on Thursday March 8th, 2012.
The posters were entitled "The Grammar of Nothing: Null Arguments in Niuean", "Classifiers in Toronto Heritage Cantonese" and "Sociolinguistics as Experiential Learning: Curriculum Development in the Teaching and Learning Interface".
Pictured are Vicki and Lianna with Diane, Julia and Ruth with Naomi, and Tiffany and Josephine, also with Naomi.
Tiffany and Josephine also presented their research at TULCon and, with Naomi, are about to present it at the Workshop on Innovations in Cantonese Linguistics at Ohio State University.
The ROP 399 project was presented at NWAV 2012 at Georgetown University.
Photo credits: Diane Massam