Lindsay Giacomino is an Ph.D. student in the Hispanic Linguistics program. She received a dual B.A. in Spanish and Linguistics from St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, Minnesota and her M.A. at Indiana University, specializing in phonetics/phonology, sociolinguistics, and second language acquisition. Prior to beginning the graduate program at Indiana University, she was a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant and taught English at a university in Colombia. Lindsay's research interests include sociophonetics, L2 phonology, task-based language teaching methods, learner individual differences on the acquisition of Spanish, and quantitative research methodology. With respect to SLA, Lindsay is part of a research group in the department focused on longitudinally studying individual differences of L2 Students and instructors. During the summers, Lindsay also works with Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages in Chile. When she isn't studying, Lindsay enjoys swing dancing, cooking, learning how to program in R and Python, listening to podcasts, and traveling the world.
Doctoral Student, Hispanic Linguistics