Welcome to the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in SLAT at the University of Arizona! SLAT is the largest interdisciplinary program at the University of Arizona in that it is associated with 5 colleges and 19 participating departments. The SLAT Ph.D. Program has been recognized nationally as a superior interdisciplinary program. Several of our participating departments have been ranked in the top ten in the country, including Anthropology, East Asian Studies, Linguistics, and Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences. More than 90 faculty members are affiliated with the SLAT Ph.D. program in which more than 80 students, both domestic and international, are currently enrolled.
The SLAT Ph.D. program is designed to provide rigorous advanced training for researchers, teacher-researchers, and administrators whose interests lie in second language acquisition and applied linguistics. We pride ourselves on the support we provide our students both in and out of the classroom. Our students graduate with the expertise that will allow them to make invaluable contributions to scholarship in the field. Since its inception in 1990, the SLAT program has graduated almost 600 students who have gone on to become leaders in their discipline, locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.
I invite you to explore the information provided on this website and encourage you to contact us by emailing your questions and comments to SLAT’s program coordinator, Ms. Kelley Merriam-Castro. For a quick reference, you may download our 2019-2020 SLAT PhD brochure.
Professor of French and Applied Linguistics
LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
Jeroen Gever's Dissertation Proposal Presentation
September 26, 2019 1:10 pm-2:10 pm at Modern Languages 478
Proposal Title: Disciplinary Routes: Academic Selfhood and Authorial Voice in Writing Tasks across Graduate Classrooms
Committee Members: Christine Tardy (chair), Dwight Atkinson, Chantelle Warner, Carmen Pérez-Llantada (University of Zaragoza)
Serdar Acar's Dissertation Proposal Presentation
October 1, 2019 12:00 pm-1:00 pm at ML 478
Proposal Title: Exploration of core practices of Assessment for Learning (AfL) within an ecology of genre-based writing assessment in an EAL composition classroom
Committee members: Christine Tardy (chair), Shelley Staples, Beatrice Dupuy, Eddy White
Comprehensive Exam Workshop
October 4, 2019 1:00 pm-2:30 pm at Harvill Building, Room 315
Information session on comprehensive exams, committee selection, and your dissertation. Target audience is 2nd and 3rd Year students, but students at any level can attend.
Presenters: Dr. Beatrice Dupuy and Dr. Ana Carvalho
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