I'm a masters student studying Linguistics at the University of Texas in Arlington. My research areas are primarily in Syntax and Psycholinguistics, investigating language at a very fundamental level.
My undergraduate degree was in the same field, and was received from the same institution.
In my time as a Linguistics undergrad, I worked with students as an Arabic tutor, helping them to better grasp grammatical concepts at the college level.
Fundamentally, I believe that students are smart enough to grasp any concept, no matter how difficult. Oftentimes, teachers are unable or unwilling to craft explanations that best fit the mental framework of a student. Enter Tutors, highly individualized instructors able to fit the needs of each individual student, and allow them to excel to the best of their ability.
Undergraduate Degree: The University of Texas at Arlington - Bachelor in Arts, Linguistics
Graduate Degree: The University of Texas at Arlington - Master of Arts, Linguistics
Language, Linguistics, Arabic Culture and Literature, Historical Border Changes, Maps, Conlanging