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Katy Dwyer

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Ph.D. Student
Graduate Teaching Assistant

Katy is a Georgia native. She teaches ENGL 1102, First Year Composition, with the English Department. Her scholarly interests include dialectology, especially as it applies to pop culture, and sociolinguistics.

Education:

Katy received a B.A. in English from Furman University in 2013. While there, she worked as editor-in-chief for the school literary magazine, The Echo, as well as copyeditor for the newspaper, The Paladin.

Awards and Special Recognitions:

Katy served as the treasurer for LSUGA and was on the committee and co-chair for the 4th annual interdisciplinary Linguistics Conference at UGA (LUCAG 4)

Major Professor:

Associate Professor

Committee Members

Professor and Department Head
Associate Professor

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