Una Chow

PhD Student
location_on Totem Field Studios

Research Area

About

 

Hello! I am a third-year PhD student in Linguistics at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.

My research interests include speech variation, tone and intonation, acoustic phonetics, and computational phonetics. I am also interested in fieldwork in Canadian indigenous languages.

To find out more about my research work, please see my publications.

 

(modified: 2020-Oct-21)


Publications

 

Liu, Y., Shamei A., Chow, U. Y., Soo, R., Pineda Mora, G., De Boer, G., & Gick, B. (2020). F0-related head movement in blind versus sighted speakers. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 148(2), EL190–EL194.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2019). An exemplar-based learning model of English sentence intonation. Proceedings of the 33rd Northwest Linguistics Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 1–15.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2019). Native, naïve, and exemplar-based perception of statement and question intonation in Cantonese and Mandarin. In S. Calhoun, P. Escudero, M. Tabain, & P. Warren (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019 (pp. 2936–2940). Canberra, Australia: ASSTA Inc.

Chow, U. Y. (2016). L2 transfer of stress, tones, and intonation from Mandarin: A case study. Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, 29, 19–40.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016). Perception of intonation in Cantonese: Native listeners versus an exemplar-based model. Proceedings of the 2016 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of Calgary, Canada.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016). Perception of statement and question intonation: Cantonese versus Mandarin. In C. Carignan & M. D. Tyler (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Parramatta, Australia (pp. 13–16). Canberra, Australia: ASSTA Inc.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016). The role of the final tone in signaling statements and questions in Mandarin. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages, University at Buffalo, USA, 167–171.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2015). Exemplar-based classification of statements and questions in Cantonese. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (Ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. Paper number 0987.

Chow, U. Y. (2014). Intonation patterns of double subjects in Mandarin: Evidence in support of a possessive structure. Proceedings of the 30th Northwest Linguistics Conference, Simon Fraser University, Canada, 11–23.

 

Presentations

Chow, U. Y. (2020, July). Formant frequencies and frication of the ‘fricative vowel’ [ʐ] in Mandarin. Poster presented at the 17th Laboratory Phonology Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Liu, Y., Shamei, A. Chow, U. Y., Pineda G., Angsongna, A., De Boer, G., & Gick, B. (2020, July). Head movement and F0 variation in blind and sighted speakers’ speech. Poster presented at the 17th Laboratory Phonology Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Chow, U. Y. (2020, May). Voice quality of Gitksan ejectives. Poster presented at the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, held virtually.

Chow, U. Y. (2019, September). An optimality-theoretic analysis of tone sandhi in Shanghai nominal compounds. Poster presented at the 4th NorthWest Phonetics & Phonology Conference, University of Calgary, Canada.

Chow, U. Y. (2019, June). Acoustic properties of plain and glottalized stops in Gitksan. Poster presented at the 2019 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Chow, U. Y. (2019, April). Formant analysis of the syllabic [z̩] in Mandarin. Talk presented at the 35th Northwest Linguistics Conference, University of Victoria, Canada.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2018, June). The influence of knowledge of lexical tones on the identification of statements and questions in Cantonese. Talk presented at the 4th Workshop on Innovations in Cantonese Linguistics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2017, May). An investigation of native and naïve listeners’ perception of Mandarin intonation using exemplar-based simulations. Poster presented at the 3rd NorthWest Phonetics & Phonology Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016, June). An exemplar-based model of English intonation. Talk presented at the Satellite Workshop: A Common Prosody Platform for Comparing Prosodic Theories, 8th International Conference on Speech Prosody, Boston University, USA.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016, April). Creaky voice as a cue in an exemplar-based classification of English statements and questions. Talk presented at the 32nd Northwest Linguistics Conference, University of Washington, USA.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016, March). Perception of intonation in Cantonese: Native listeners versus exemplar-based model. Talk presented at the 3rd Workshop on Innovations in Cantonese Linguistics, Ohio State University, USA.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2015, June). Perception of statements and questions in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese. Poster presented at the 1st NorthWest Phonetics & Phonology Conference, University of Oregon, USA.

Chow, U. Y, & Winters, S. J. (2014, November). Designing an exemplar-based computational model of intonation perception of English statements and questions. Talk presented at the Alberta Conference on Linguistics, University of Alberta, Canada.

Chow, U. Y. (2014, June). Intonation patterns of double subjects in Mandarin: Evidence in support of a possessive structure. Poster presented at the International Symposium on Prosody to Commemorate Gösta Bruce, Lund University, Sweden.

 

(modified: 2020-Oct-21)


Additional Description

 

Education

MA, Linguistics      University of Calgary*      2017
BA (Hons), Linguistics      University of Calgary      2013

*On leave, part of 2015 and 2016
Training

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, University of Calgary    2015
Instructional Skills Workshop, University of Calgary    2014

 

Teaching Experience

Teaching Assistant (University of Calgary)

TERM    COURSE    DESCRIPTION    INSTRUCTOR
Fall 2016    LING 201    Introduction to Linguistics    Burnett, A.
Fall 2016    LING 341    Phonetics I    Winters, S.
Fall 2015    LING 303    Phonology I    Burnett, A.
Winter 2015    CHIN 317.01    Chinese Civilization    Huot, C.
Fall 2014    LING 441    Phonetics II    Winters, S.
Fall 2013    LING 201    Introduction to Linguistics    Gebregziabher, K.

 

Research Experience

Research Assistant (University of Calgary), 2014-2015
Investigator: Stephen Winters, Linguistics
Project: Identifying the phonetic source of the familiar talker advantage

 

Undergraduate Researcher (University of Calgary), 2013
Supervisor: Stephen Winters, Linguistics
Project: Designing an exemplar-based computational model of intonation perception

 

Scholarships, Awards, and Grants

Academic

Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS – Doctoral (SSHRC) 2018-2021
Chancellor’s Graduate Medal – Master’s (University of Calgary)** 2017
Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship (Alberta) 2014-2017
Faculty of Arts Graduate Scholarship (University of Calgary) 2015
Alberta Graduate Student Scholarship (Alberta) 2015
Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS – Master’s (SSHRC) 2013-2014
Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship (Alberta) 2013-2014
declined

**Awarded annually to one graduating student at the master’s level (and one at the doctoral level) based on the thesis

Research

JRF Grant for the project on Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology of Gitksan: Co-investigator (Jacobs Research Funds) 2020-2021
Best Student Poster: Honourable Mention (Canadian Linguistic Association) 2020
Graduate Research Scholarship (University of Calgary) 2014-2016
Gösta Bruce Scholarship (International Phonetic Association) 2015
Program for Undergraduate Research Experience Award
(University of Calgary)
2013

Service

Graduate Students’ Association Award for Outstanding Contribution (University of Calgary) 2015
Appreciation Award, Judge of the 5th Feng Hua Trophy Speech Competition (Calgary Chinese Heritage Schools) 2015

 

(modified: 2020-Oct-21)


Una Chow

PhD Student
location_on Totem Field Studios

 

Hello! I am a third-year PhD student in Linguistics at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.

My research interests include speech variation, tone and intonation, acoustic phonetics, and computational phonetics. I am also interested in fieldwork in Canadian indigenous languages.

To find out more about my research work, please see my publications.

 

(modified: 2020-Oct-21)

 

Liu, Y., Shamei A., Chow, U. Y., Soo, R., Pineda Mora, G., De Boer, G., & Gick, B. (2020). F0-related head movement in blind versus sighted speakers. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 148(2), EL190–EL194.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2019). An exemplar-based learning model of English sentence intonation. Proceedings of the 33rd Northwest Linguistics Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 1–15.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2019). Native, naïve, and exemplar-based perception of statement and question intonation in Cantonese and Mandarin. In S. Calhoun, P. Escudero, M. Tabain, & P. Warren (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019 (pp. 2936–2940). Canberra, Australia: ASSTA Inc.

Chow, U. Y. (2016). L2 transfer of stress, tones, and intonation from Mandarin: A case study. Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, 29, 19–40.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016). Perception of intonation in Cantonese: Native listeners versus an exemplar-based model. Proceedings of the 2016 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of Calgary, Canada.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016). Perception of statement and question intonation: Cantonese versus Mandarin. In C. Carignan & M. D. Tyler (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Parramatta, Australia (pp. 13–16). Canberra, Australia: ASSTA Inc.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016). The role of the final tone in signaling statements and questions in Mandarin. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages, University at Buffalo, USA, 167–171.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2015). Exemplar-based classification of statements and questions in Cantonese. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (Ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. Paper number 0987.

Chow, U. Y. (2014). Intonation patterns of double subjects in Mandarin: Evidence in support of a possessive structure. Proceedings of the 30th Northwest Linguistics Conference, Simon Fraser University, Canada, 11–23.

 

Presentations

Chow, U. Y. (2020, July). Formant frequencies and frication of the ‘fricative vowel’ [ʐ] in Mandarin. Poster presented at the 17th Laboratory Phonology Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Liu, Y., Shamei, A. Chow, U. Y., Pineda G., Angsongna, A., De Boer, G., & Gick, B. (2020, July). Head movement and F0 variation in blind and sighted speakers’ speech. Poster presented at the 17th Laboratory Phonology Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Chow, U. Y. (2020, May). Voice quality of Gitksan ejectives. Poster presented at the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, held virtually.

Chow, U. Y. (2019, September). An optimality-theoretic analysis of tone sandhi in Shanghai nominal compounds. Poster presented at the 4th NorthWest Phonetics & Phonology Conference, University of Calgary, Canada.

Chow, U. Y. (2019, June). Acoustic properties of plain and glottalized stops in Gitksan. Poster presented at the 2019 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Chow, U. Y. (2019, April). Formant analysis of the syllabic [z̩] in Mandarin. Talk presented at the 35th Northwest Linguistics Conference, University of Victoria, Canada.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2018, June). The influence of knowledge of lexical tones on the identification of statements and questions in Cantonese. Talk presented at the 4th Workshop on Innovations in Cantonese Linguistics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2017, May). An investigation of native and naïve listeners' perception of Mandarin intonation using exemplar-based simulations. Poster presented at the 3rd NorthWest Phonetics & Phonology Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016, June). An exemplar-based model of English intonation. Talk presented at the Satellite Workshop: A Common Prosody Platform for Comparing Prosodic Theories, 8th International Conference on Speech Prosody, Boston University, USA.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016, April). Creaky voice as a cue in an exemplar-based classification of English statements and questions. Talk presented at the 32nd Northwest Linguistics Conference, University of Washington, USA.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016, March). Perception of intonation in Cantonese: Native listeners versus exemplar-based model. Talk presented at the 3rd Workshop on Innovations in Cantonese Linguistics, Ohio State University, USA.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2015, June). Perception of statements and questions in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese. Poster presented at the 1st NorthWest Phonetics & Phonology Conference, University of Oregon, USA.

Chow, U. Y, & Winters, S. J. (2014, November). Designing an exemplar-based computational model of intonation perception of English statements and questions. Talk presented at the Alberta Conference on Linguistics, University of Alberta, Canada.

Chow, U. Y. (2014, June). Intonation patterns of double subjects in Mandarin: Evidence in support of a possessive structure. Poster presented at the International Symposium on Prosody to Commemorate Gösta Bruce, Lund University, Sweden.

 

(modified: 2020-Oct-21)

 

Education

MA, Linguistics      University of Calgary*      2017
BA (Hons), Linguistics      University of Calgary      2013

*On leave, part of 2015 and 2016
Training

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, University of Calgary    2015
Instructional Skills Workshop, University of Calgary    2014

 

Teaching Experience

Teaching Assistant (University of Calgary)

TERM    COURSE    DESCRIPTION    INSTRUCTOR
Fall 2016    LING 201    Introduction to Linguistics    Burnett, A.
Fall 2016    LING 341    Phonetics I    Winters, S.
Fall 2015    LING 303    Phonology I    Burnett, A.
Winter 2015    CHIN 317.01    Chinese Civilization    Huot, C.
Fall 2014    LING 441    Phonetics II    Winters, S.
Fall 2013    LING 201    Introduction to Linguistics    Gebregziabher, K.

 

Research Experience

Research Assistant (University of Calgary), 2014-2015
Investigator: Stephen Winters, Linguistics
Project: Identifying the phonetic source of the familiar talker advantage

 

Undergraduate Researcher (University of Calgary), 2013
Supervisor: Stephen Winters, Linguistics
Project: Designing an exemplar-based computational model of intonation perception

 

Scholarships, Awards, and Grants

Academic

Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS – Doctoral (SSHRC) 2018-2021
Chancellor's Graduate Medal – Master's (University of Calgary)** 2017
Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship (Alberta) 2014-2017
Faculty of Arts Graduate Scholarship (University of Calgary) 2015
Alberta Graduate Student Scholarship (Alberta) 2015
Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS – Master's (SSHRC) 2013-2014
Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship (Alberta) 2013-2014
declined

**Awarded annually to one graduating student at the master’s level (and one at the doctoral level) based on the thesis

Research

JRF Grant for the project on Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology of Gitksan: Co-investigator (Jacobs Research Funds) 2020-2021
Best Student Poster: Honourable Mention (Canadian Linguistic Association) 2020
Graduate Research Scholarship (University of Calgary) 2014-2016
Gösta Bruce Scholarship (International Phonetic Association) 2015
Program for Undergraduate Research Experience Award
(University of Calgary)
2013

Service

Graduate Students' Association Award for Outstanding Contribution (University of Calgary) 2015
Appreciation Award, Judge of the 5th Feng Hua Trophy Speech Competition (Calgary Chinese Heritage Schools) 2015

 

(modified: 2020-Oct-21)

Una Chow

PhD Student
location_on Totem Field Studios

 

Hello! I am a third-year PhD student in Linguistics at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.

My research interests include speech variation, tone and intonation, acoustic phonetics, and computational phonetics. I am also interested in fieldwork in Canadian indigenous languages.

To find out more about my research work, please see my publications.

 

(modified: 2020-Oct-21)

 

Liu, Y., Shamei A., Chow, U. Y., Soo, R., Pineda Mora, G., De Boer, G., & Gick, B. (2020). F0-related head movement in blind versus sighted speakers. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 148(2), EL190–EL194.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2019). An exemplar-based learning model of English sentence intonation. Proceedings of the 33rd Northwest Linguistics Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 1–15.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2019). Native, naïve, and exemplar-based perception of statement and question intonation in Cantonese and Mandarin. In S. Calhoun, P. Escudero, M. Tabain, & P. Warren (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019 (pp. 2936–2940). Canberra, Australia: ASSTA Inc.

Chow, U. Y. (2016). L2 transfer of stress, tones, and intonation from Mandarin: A case study. Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, 29, 19–40.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016). Perception of intonation in Cantonese: Native listeners versus an exemplar-based model. Proceedings of the 2016 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of Calgary, Canada.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016). Perception of statement and question intonation: Cantonese versus Mandarin. In C. Carignan & M. D. Tyler (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Parramatta, Australia (pp. 13–16). Canberra, Australia: ASSTA Inc.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016). The role of the final tone in signaling statements and questions in Mandarin. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages, University at Buffalo, USA, 167–171.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2015). Exemplar-based classification of statements and questions in Cantonese. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (Ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. Paper number 0987.

Chow, U. Y. (2014). Intonation patterns of double subjects in Mandarin: Evidence in support of a possessive structure. Proceedings of the 30th Northwest Linguistics Conference, Simon Fraser University, Canada, 11–23.

 

Presentations

Chow, U. Y. (2020, July). Formant frequencies and frication of the ‘fricative vowel’ [ʐ] in Mandarin. Poster presented at the 17th Laboratory Phonology Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Liu, Y., Shamei, A. Chow, U. Y., Pineda G., Angsongna, A., De Boer, G., & Gick, B. (2020, July). Head movement and F0 variation in blind and sighted speakers’ speech. Poster presented at the 17th Laboratory Phonology Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Chow, U. Y. (2020, May). Voice quality of Gitksan ejectives. Poster presented at the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, held virtually.

Chow, U. Y. (2019, September). An optimality-theoretic analysis of tone sandhi in Shanghai nominal compounds. Poster presented at the 4th NorthWest Phonetics & Phonology Conference, University of Calgary, Canada.

Chow, U. Y. (2019, June). Acoustic properties of plain and glottalized stops in Gitksan. Poster presented at the 2019 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Chow, U. Y. (2019, April). Formant analysis of the syllabic [z̩] in Mandarin. Talk presented at the 35th Northwest Linguistics Conference, University of Victoria, Canada.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2018, June). The influence of knowledge of lexical tones on the identification of statements and questions in Cantonese. Talk presented at the 4th Workshop on Innovations in Cantonese Linguistics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2017, May). An investigation of native and naïve listeners' perception of Mandarin intonation using exemplar-based simulations. Poster presented at the 3rd NorthWest Phonetics & Phonology Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016, June). An exemplar-based model of English intonation. Talk presented at the Satellite Workshop: A Common Prosody Platform for Comparing Prosodic Theories, 8th International Conference on Speech Prosody, Boston University, USA.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016, April). Creaky voice as a cue in an exemplar-based classification of English statements and questions. Talk presented at the 32nd Northwest Linguistics Conference, University of Washington, USA.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2016, March). Perception of intonation in Cantonese: Native listeners versus exemplar-based model. Talk presented at the 3rd Workshop on Innovations in Cantonese Linguistics, Ohio State University, USA.

Chow, U. Y., & Winters, S. J. (2015, June). Perception of statements and questions in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese. Poster presented at the 1st NorthWest Phonetics & Phonology Conference, University of Oregon, USA.

Chow, U. Y, & Winters, S. J. (2014, November). Designing an exemplar-based computational model of intonation perception of English statements and questions. Talk presented at the Alberta Conference on Linguistics, University of Alberta, Canada.

Chow, U. Y. (2014, June). Intonation patterns of double subjects in Mandarin: Evidence in support of a possessive structure. Poster presented at the International Symposium on Prosody to Commemorate Gösta Bruce, Lund University, Sweden.

 

(modified: 2020-Oct-21)

 

Education

MA, Linguistics      University of Calgary*      2017
BA (Hons), Linguistics      University of Calgary      2013

*On leave, part of 2015 and 2016
Training

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, University of Calgary    2015
Instructional Skills Workshop, University of Calgary    2014

 

Teaching Experience

Teaching Assistant (University of Calgary)

TERM    COURSE    DESCRIPTION    INSTRUCTOR
Fall 2016    LING 201    Introduction to Linguistics    Burnett, A.
Fall 2016    LING 341    Phonetics I    Winters, S.
Fall 2015    LING 303    Phonology I    Burnett, A.
Winter 2015    CHIN 317.01    Chinese Civilization    Huot, C.
Fall 2014    LING 441    Phonetics II    Winters, S.
Fall 2013    LING 201    Introduction to Linguistics    Gebregziabher, K.

 

Research Experience

Research Assistant (University of Calgary), 2014-2015
Investigator: Stephen Winters, Linguistics
Project: Identifying the phonetic source of the familiar talker advantage

 

Undergraduate Researcher (University of Calgary), 2013
Supervisor: Stephen Winters, Linguistics
Project: Designing an exemplar-based computational model of intonation perception

 

Scholarships, Awards, and Grants

Academic

Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS – Doctoral (SSHRC) 2018-2021
Chancellor's Graduate Medal – Master's (University of Calgary)** 2017
Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship (Alberta) 2014-2017
Faculty of Arts Graduate Scholarship (University of Calgary) 2015
Alberta Graduate Student Scholarship (Alberta) 2015
Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS – Master's (SSHRC) 2013-2014
Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship (Alberta) 2013-2014
declined

**Awarded annually to one graduating student at the master’s level (and one at the doctoral level) based on the thesis

Research

JRF Grant for the project on Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology of Gitksan: Co-investigator (Jacobs Research Funds) 2020-2021
Best Student Poster: Honourable Mention (Canadian Linguistic Association) 2020
Graduate Research Scholarship (University of Calgary) 2014-2016
Gösta Bruce Scholarship (International Phonetic Association) 2015
Program for Undergraduate Research Experience Award
(University of Calgary)
2013

Service

Graduate Students' Association Award for Outstanding Contribution (University of Calgary) 2015
Appreciation Award, Judge of the 5th Feng Hua Trophy Speech Competition (Calgary Chinese Heritage Schools) 2015

 

(modified: 2020-Oct-21)