Mark Baker

Professor
Department of Linguistics
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Syntactic theory, morphology and its relationship to syntax and semantics, linguistics, the grammar of Amerindian languages and African languages, implications of linguistics for the study of the human mind

Professor Baker received his Ph.D. from MIT. His interests include comparative syntax, linguistic universals, semantic syntax and Amerindian and African languages. Recent books written include Lexical Categories, Cambridge University…

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Jenne Carey

Voice Faculty
Mason Gross School of the Arts
Extension Division

Key topics: Vocal warm-ups, choral warm-ups, vocal pedagogy, vocal health, diction for singers, international phonetic alphabet, basic music theory, music history, selecting repertoire for choirs and singers, song interpretation, singing masterclass

Jenne Carey holds a Master of Music degree in Voice Pedagogy and Performance from Westminster Choir College and teaches voice through the Extension Division of the Mason Gross School of the Arts.

An avid educator, she recently…

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Nydia Flores

Associate Professor
Graduate School of Education

Key topics: Sociolinguistics, Spanish in the U.S., bilingualism, Spanish pragmatics, teaching English language learners, second language acquisition, and changing perspectives in the teaching of Spanish in the U.S.

Nydia Flores' line of inquiry explores two interrelated avenues in the field of sociolinguistics: the use of Spanish in society and Spanish language education. She prepares pre- and in-service language teachers and future linguists to understand…

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Arnold Glass

Professor
Department of Psychology
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Learning, instruction, language

Arnold L. Glass, Ph.D., is the former vice chair of undergraduate studies for the Department of Psychology. His research investigates how well people remember what they have seen and heard.

His studies include recent work developing…

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Charles Haberl

Associate Professor
Center for Middle Eastern Studies
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Language documentation, endangered languages, Middle Eastern Ethnic, Religious, and Linguistic Minorities, Mandaeans and Mandaeism, Aramaic, Semitic Languages

Charles G. Haberl, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor at the Department of African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Languages and Literatures (AMESALL). He was born and raised in New Jersey, and received his Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and…

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Miguel Jimenez

Assistant Professor
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Translation, interpreting, localization, web Localization, translating and interpreting training, translation technology

Jimenez is an assistant professor in translation and interpreting in the department of Spanish and Portuguese and the coordinator of the department's translating/interpreting program. Traditionally focused on Spanish interpreting during the…

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Lesley Morrow

Professor and Chair
Organizational Psychology Program
Graduate School of Education

Key topics: Early childhood literacy, literacy development, teaching language arts

Lesley Morrow is a professor of literacy, and created and directs the Center for Literacy Development at the Graduate School of Education. Her area of research deals with early literacy development and the organization and management of language…

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