SLA Faculty-Modern Languages - Carnegie Mellon University

Second Language Acquisition Ph.D. Program Faculty

Mariana Achugar, Associate Professor of SLA and Hispanic Studies
Rémi Adam van Compernolle, Assistant Professor of SLA and French and Francophone Studies
Vedran Dronjic, A.W.Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow
Barbara Freed, Professor Emeritus of SLA and French and Francophone Studies
Keiko Koda, Professor of SLA and Japanese Studies
Brian MacWhinney, Professor of Psychology
Naoko Taguchi, Associate Professor of SLA and Japanese Studies
G. Richard Tucker, Paul Mellon University Professor of Applied Linguistics

Collaborating Faculty

Richard Donato, Chair of the Department of Instruction and Learning, University of Pittsburgh
Kenya Dworkin, Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies
Maxine Eskenazi, Associate Teaching Professor, Language Technologies Institute
Linda Flower, Professor of English and Rhetoric
Amanda Godley , Associate Professor of English Education, University of Pittsburgh
Paul Hopper, Professor Emeritus of English and Linguistics and Paul Mellon Distinguished Professor of the Humanities
Yasufumi Iwasaki, Associate Teaching Professor of Japanese Studies
Barbara Johnstone, Professor of Rhetoric and Linguistics
Christopher Jones, Teaching Professor of French and Francophone Studies
Alan Juffs, Associate Professor of Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh
Scott F. Kiesling, Associate Professor of Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh
Elisabeth Kaske, Associate Professor of Chinese Studies
Lori Levin, Associate Research Professor, Language Technologies Institute
Erin ORourke, Assistant Professor of Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh
Charles Perfetti, Professor of Psychology, University of Pittsburgh
Susan G. Polansky
Teaching Professor of Hispanic Studies and Department Head
Yasuhiro Shirai
, Professor of Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh
Mandy Simons, Associate Professor of Philosophy
Natasha Tokowicz, Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Pittsburgh
Sue-mei Wu, Teaching Professor of Chinese Studies
Bonnie Youngs, Teaching Professor of French and Francophone Studies
Yueming Yu, Teaching Professor of Chinese Studies