Our research focuses on the language and literacy development of
young children, particularly dual language learners. We have
several ongoing projects. The lab is supported by grants from the
National Institute of Health, Foundation for Child
Development, Language Learning, and Yolo Community Foundation.
Are you interested in working with us? We are looking for native
Spanish-speaking, native Cantonese- and Mandarin-speaking, and
native English-speaking undergraduate and graduate students to
work with us. Students can earn research credit in Education and
HDE, as well as a research internship notation on their
transcripts. It’s a great opportunity to gain valuable research
experience and to work closely with a faculty mentor, as well as
in a team setting. Hours are flexible. We also welcome any
prospective graduate students!
If interested, please email us
at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out
Early Literacy; English Learners; Bilingualism and Bilingual
Education; Educational Television and Multimedia; Language
Acquisition; Literacy development; Quantitative methods;
Sociolinguistics and psycholinguistics.