Ph.D. Student
Graduate Assistant for the Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education

Contact Info

Office:
Aderhold 125D
Education:

B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies (Spanish & Linguistics), North Greenville University

 

Research Interests:
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Phonetics
  • Spanish Linguistics
  • Spanish in the US
  • Hispanic English in GA

 

Awards and Special Recognitions:
  • Goizueta Foundation Graduate Scholar: Graduate Assistant, Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education (CLASE)
  • Presentations:
    • Rodríguez, Shannon. (2017, October). Transitive andar: an emergent verb of possession. Paper presented at the 4th Annual Linguistics Conference, Athens, GA. 

    • Rodríguez, Shannon. (2017, October). Transitive andar: an emergent verb of possession. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Hispanic Linguistics Symposium, Lubbock, TX.

    • Mellom, Paula, Shannon Rodríguez, Jodi Weber, Rebecca K. Hixon, & Diego Boada. (2018, March). Autonomy in collaboration: the role of task cards on the success of collaborative interaction. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Association of Applied Linguistics, Chicago, IL. 

    • Rodríguez, Shannon. (2018, October). Perceived Authenticity: A Sociophonetic Case Study on Vowel Stability Across the Lifespan. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Linguistics Conference, Athens, GA.