Daniel Jung is a doctoral student in Hispanic Linguistics. He completed a dual B.A. in Spanish and Linguistics at the University of Kansas, and his M.A. in Hispanic Linguistics at Indiana University. His primary research interests include Second Language Acquisition, L2 Pragmatics, and L2 Sociolinguistics. He is interested in the role of different individual differences (such as motivation and language aptitude) in the acquisition of sociolinguistic and pragmatic competence, as well as morphosyntactic variation in bilingual populations. During the summers, Daniel teaches for the Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages.
Doctoral Student, Hispanic Linguistics