Charlie Nagle, associate professor of Spanish, recently published a research article in Language Learning. The paper, “The effect of speaker proficiency on intelligibility, comprehensibility, and accentedness in L2 Spanish: A conceptual replication and extension of Munro and Derwing” argues that accent is not a good predictor of intelligibility (actual understanding) or comprehensibility (ease of understanding). … Continue reading Charlie Nagle publishes research in Language Learning
Charlie Nagle, associate professor of Spanish, recently received a Fulbright Scholar Award. The award will enable Nagle to teach and do research at the Universidad de Murcia in Spain, during Fall 2021. Nagle’s research project, which he will conduct in Spain, is titled, “Examining the factors that shape willingness to communicate in a second language: … Continue reading Charlie Nagle receives Fulbright Scholar Award
Karen Kedrowski, director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center, has published an article, “Students’ perceptions of experiential learning in a political events course: A case study from Iowa.” The article was published in the Journal of Convention & Event Tourism.