2022 CERCLL Fellows, Faculty and Graduate

We are pleased to announce the recipients and funded research projects in the 2022 CERCLL Fellowship programs. Congratulations to CERCLL Faculty Fellows Dr. Jill Castek and Dr. Janice McGregor, and CERCLL Graduate Fellow Isabella Calafate de Barros! CERCLL Faculty...

Apply for a CERCLL Faculty Fellowship

Announcing the 2022 CERCLL Faculty Fellows Competition! Apply for an award by the March 18th deadline. The CERCLL Faculty Fellows program promotes scholarly work connected to the mission of CERCLL as a Title VI National Language Resource Center: to research and...

2021 CERCLL Fellows, Faculty and Graduate

We are pleased to announce the recipients and funded research projects in two CERCLL fellowship programs with awards for Faculty made in Summer 2021 and a Graduate Fellowship for Fall 2021. Congratulations to Dr. Liudmila Klimanova, Dr. Kris Knisely, and Jessica...

2020 CERCLL Fellows, Faculty and Graduate

We are pleased to announce the recipients of two CERCLL fellowship programs. Click on the fellowship program subtitles for abstracts and further details about the projects to be funded and the materials that will be available on CERCLL’s website next year....

Online & Hybrid Course Portal for Slavic Languages & Literatures

Project Directors: Liudmila Klimanova, University of Arizona; with Shannon Donnally Spasova, Michigan State University The LLC COMMONS is a web portal prototype for open source materials for online and hybrid use, built to respond to a national survey of online course...

2016 Awardee: Jennifer L. Jenkins, Department of English

Repatriation and Tribe sourcing of Yaqui Easter Films from 1972  This collaboration between the University of Arizona, Old Pascua Museum and Yaqui Culture Center is an inclusive language and cultural preservation initiative: repurposing two films from 1972 about the...

2016 Awardee: Wenhao Diao, Department of East Asian Studies

A Sociolinguistic Inquiry of American Study Abroad Students in China  This project aims to investigate and document the authentic language use among American study abroad students in China. Research has shown that study abroad students often lack the opportunities or...

2016 Awardee: Ben J. Colombi, American Indian Studies

Kamchatka, Russia: Strengthening Indigenous Youth Learning through the Use of Cultural Heritage and Language Learning Technologies Kamchatka youth lack interest and involvement in cultural heritage, language and history, likely due to the fact that few living native...