Lab

The CLASP program is home to a state-of-the-art laboratory for the analysis of discursive interaction. Situated in 291 Hellems, the CLASP lab is available for use by students enrolled in the CLASP Graduate Certificate Program. The lab also provides desks for CLASP students who have been admitted into the PhD program in Linguistics.

CLASP students Marcus Avelar and Jessica Holman.

CLASP students Marcus Avelar and Jessica Holman.

In addition to a broad inventory of sophisticated audio-visual recording equipment and software, the lab features an extensive library of published works in sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, and linguistic anthropology, including texts from the collections of Rolf Kjolseth and the late William Bright.

Audio-visual equipment is available for check-out with permission from the CLASP director, Kira Hall. Library materials are restricted to in-lab use only.

Literacy Practicum coordinators Mariah Hamang and Velda Khoo.

Literacy Practicum coordinators Mariah Hamang and Velda Khoo.

CLASP students Keri Griffith, Solange James, and Rich Sandoval.

CLASP students Keri Griffith, Solange James, and Rich Sandoval.

CLASP students Marcus Avelar and Jessica Holman.

CLASP students Marcus Avelar and Jessica Holman.