Three grad students recognized as UBC Public Scholars

Three grad students have been recognized as UBC Public Scholars. The Public Scholars Initiative supports doctoral students “make purposeful contributions to the public good through collaborative, action-oriented, and/or creative forms of scholarship.” They are Anne Bertrand, Roger Yu-Hsiang Lo, and Michael Schwan.

Anne’s project is called ‘The grammar of scalarity in Ktunaxa’ and is supervised by Martina Wiltschko. Roger’s is “From annotation to assessment: Tools for sign language phonetic and phonological research” and is supervised by Kathleen Currie Hall. Michael’s is “Gitksan Neologism Formation: The Future of Gitksan With Roots in the Past” and is supervised by Henry Davis.

Congratulations all around!