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Michael Wolfman

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M.A. Student
Graduate Teaching Assistant

Michael is a Master’s Student in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Georgia. He recently graduated from UGA with a B.A. in Linguistics, a B.A. in Classics, and minors in Italian, Latin, and Classical Culture. Michael's research interests lie at the nexus of Syntax, Human Sentence Processing, and Computational Linguistics.

Michael is currently conducting research with faculty members from the University of Georgia  and University of Alabama. Michael also works as a Teaching Assistant for the Morehead Honors College, the UGA Writing Intensive Program, and the Linguistics Department.

Education:

M.A. in Linguistics (In-Progress) -- University of Georgia 

B.A. in Linguistics (2022), Summa cum Laude  -- University of Georgia 

B.A. in Classics (2022), Summa cum Laude -- University of Georgia 

 

Awards and Special Recognitions:

First Honor Graduate (2022)

Presidential Scholar (2018 - 2022)

Library Undergraduate Research Award Juror’s Choice (2022)

Outstanding Honors Student in Humanities Research (2022)

Spark Award for Undergraduate Linguistics Research (2021)

Honors International Scholar (2019) 

Experiential Learning General Scholarship Recipient (2019)

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