The SLAT Student Association:  SLATSA

SLATSA is organized and directed by students for students and represents the group’s interests to the SLAT Executive Council. Among its various functions and activities, SLATSA elects two student representatives to serve for one year on the SLAT Executive Council. This election takes place each spring for the coming academic year. SLATSA also elects or appoints student representatives (for maximally two-year terms) to: various SLAT curriculum sub-committees, as requested by the Executive Council; to serve on the university’s Graduate Interdisciplinary Program Committee; to serve as coordinator(s) for the SLAT spring colloquium series during the academic year in question; to serve as hosts or buddies for new students; and to serve as managing editor(s) and editors for the specialty areas for the SLAT Program’s occasional publication series, entitled Journal of Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (JSLAT).

Information about upcoming SLATSA events is communicated through university email.
In addition, SLATSA maintains a Facebook page with regular updates about social events and provides a forum for SLATSA members to communicate with each other online.  Students can join the page by contacting a member of the SLATSA officers.

Students are strongly urged to participate actively in the SLAT Student Association (SLATSA).

SLATSA Officers

 2020-2021

For a description of officer duties, click here

President

Jaime Mejía Mayorga
jfmejiam@arizona.edu


Vice President/Treasurer

Federico Fabbri
ffabbri@arizona.edu


Recorder 

Amable Custodio Ribeiro
amableribeiro@arizona.edu


Journal of Second Language Acquisition and Teaching Senior Editor

Margherita Berti
berti@email.arizona.edu

Journal of Second Language Acquisition and Teaching Junior Editor

Position Open 


Development Coordinator

Position Open


SLATSA Liaisons 

Hongni Gou
hongnigou@arizona.edu

Rachel Floyd
rfloyd@arizona.edu


Social Coordinators 

Sophie (Seojin) Park
seojinp@email.arizona.edu

Veronica Olguilve
volguilve@email.arizona.edu


Webmaster

Seungmin Eum
seum@arizona.edu


Roundtable Committee

Mariana Centanin Bertho
marianabertho@arizona.edu

Siti Juwariyah
stjwryh@email.arizona.edu


Faculty Advisor 

To Be Announced

SLAT Interdisciplinary Roundtable

SLAT Interdisciplinary Roundtable is a student run annual conference  at the University of Arizona. The conference topics covers the different Second language Acquisition and Teaching areas ( Analysis, Pedagogy, Processes, and Use), and is open to scholars around the world. The conference is mostly funded by the SLAT Student Association (SLATSA) with other support from College of Humanities, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Graduate Professional Student Council, CERCLL, SLAT.

The 19th annual SLAT Interdisciplinary Roundtable dates are TBA.  Go to https://slatsa.arizona.edu/ for more details on what last year’s Roundtable looked like.  

 

Journal of Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (JSLAT)

In Second Language Acquisition and Teaching

University of Arizona
Harvill 241
1103 East 2nd street.
P.O. Box 210076
Tucson, AZ  85721-0076

Statement of Purpose

The Journal of Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (JSLAT) is a publication of the University of Arizona Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT). JSLAT was conceived as a source for scholarly dialogue among SLAT students, SLAT faculty and the second language research community at large. They are intended as an opportunity for doctoral students in the field of second language studies to experience the publishing process as well as an outlet for established second language researchers to present work in progress.

Who may submit?

JSLAT invites students, faculty, and scholars at any stage of their academic career who are working in Second Language Acquisition or related fields to submit original manuscripts for consideration for publication in the Journal of Second Language Acquisition and Teaching. Papers may be empirical research studies (i.e. work with human subjects, corpus data, or textual analysis) or more theoretical in nature, and should focus on issues related to second language acquisition and teaching.

You will find current and archived volumes at this link:  JSLAT.