This event features PhD candidates who have built strong professional profiles in various areas (e.g., teaching, research, and leadership). Nicole King (T&L), Tamara Roose (T&L), and Budimka Uskokovic (Germanic) will share their experiences and resources and will also participate in a Q&A session. For more information and the Zoom link, check out the FLRT versatile profile panel flyer.
With Dr. Jackie Goodway (HS Faculty & Kinesiology Program Chair), I am leading a QUALLab lunch session on qualitative research ethics and working with OSU’s IRB. The event is Thursday, February 18 at noon. Click here to register. Learn about more QUALLab events this spring at https://u.osu.edu/quallab/spring-21-events/
We have added a new page to the QUALLab site, Steps to Take working with the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and the Office of Responsible Research Practices (ORRP) during a pandemic or anytime. If you have questions about how to proceed with your IRB application (initial or amendment), check it out.
FLRT has organized a panel ‘Exploring Career Paths Post-graduation’. This event will provide FLRT members with the chance to hear from three newly graduated Ohio State alumni who have successfully found a job related to language research and teaching post-graduation. The alumni will virtually share their job search process and will also participate in a live Q&A session. Friday, 16 October 2020, 9-10 am (EST). Please see the attached flyer
Today’s QUAL-Lab was a panel discussion of ethics in qualitative research. I was joined by Ann Allen (Educational Studies) and Weidong Li (Human Sciences). Bakari Lumumba (Educational Studies) hosted the event, which was part of a series of lunches that offer information about an important qualitative topic such as anti-racist research designs, ethics in ethnographic research, how to obtain grants with a qualitative design, and more. You can register for future QualLab events, including the Unapologetic Educational Research: Addressing Anti-Blackness, Racism and White Supremacy series at https://u.osu.edu/quallab/events/.
The 2020 Summer Linguistic Institute for Youth Scholars 2020 adapted to COVID19 by becoming Virtual SLIYS 2020. SLIYS is a weeklong summer language program for high school and pre-college students organized by the Department of Linguistics. Participants explore how language works on many levels in order to develop greater linguistic awareness and the ability to think critically about language. This summer 4 sections of SLIYS were offered, two of SLIYS 1 and two of SLIYS 2. Along with colleagues from other subfields of linguistics, I was a guest speaker.
The Language Pod is trying out a new kind of citizen science where the public can help us design, run, and analyze a whole language science experiment from start to finish. We’ve adapted some of our demos, along with new ideas, into fun games and things on the site, too. We’d love to have any and all of you participating if you’d be interested! Check it out at BLNDIY Citizen Science https://u.osu.edu/blndiy/
This year I have the honor of serving as one of the 3 inaugural Office of Research, Innovation, and Collaboration (ORIC) Faculty Research Fellows. Xin Feng is the Fellow for the Department of Human Sciences, Scott Graves is the Fellow for the Department of Educational Studies, and I am the Fellow for T&L. Each of us serves as an ambassador and representative of ORIC to other faculty in our departments and across the College and the University. We provide research consultation to college faculty, students, and staff in our areas of expertise.