Three Linguistics students will be presenting this Saturday, April 23rd, at the 19th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, to be held in the Kansas Union. Information about these presentations is pasted below. Information about the symposium, including a full schedule and abstracts is available at https://ugresearch.ku.edu/student/share/symposium#
Patrick Connelly, “How Mimetic Expressions in Japanese are Comprehended by Adult Native Speakers”, 3:00pm oral presentation, Session 2C: Centennial Room (6th Floor).
Mentors: Utako Minai & Alison Gabriele, Linguistics
John‑Patrick Doherty, “The Left Periphery of Ibibio”, 3:15pm oral presentation, Session 2C: Centennial Room (6th Floor).
Mentors: Andrew McKenzie, Linguistics
Keonya Jackson, “Tongue Twisters in Arabic speakers learning English as a second language”, 4:30-5:30 poster Session 3I: Kansas Room (6th floor).
Mentors: Joan Sereno, Linguistics & Michael Vitevitch, Psychology
Contributor: Faisal Aljasser