Doctor Ashley Farris-Trimble’s Phonological Processing lab at SFU is focused on experimental phonology, and is doing important exploratory research on the connection between phonological theories and human cognition.
On a fateful evening in December 1988, Tom Perry, the Chair of Linguistics and Director of the newly-established Cognitive Science Program at SFU, sat in a bar waiting to meet with a PhD student from the University of Minnesota.
Yiri7 re Stsq'ey's-kucw: Secwepemc Oral History and Indigenous Laws
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences interviewed Dr. Chung-hye Chan following her Dean's Medal award win.
Student & Alumni Profiles
Dr. Ena Lee, a lecturer in the Faculty of Education, received her BA in Linguistics with a Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language from SFU in 1996. In this profile, Dr. Lee discusses the sociopolitical complexities of English language learning.
Dr. Anne Rimrott received her PhD from the Department of Linguistics in 2010 with a specialization in language acquisition. In this profile courtesy of FASS, Dr. Rimrott offers advice for those raising bilingual children.
In this profile courtesy of FASS, Noortje de Weers, PhD student, discusses her research into the relationships between ethnicity and speech perception.