Selected Grants

2015 UA Faculty Collaboration Grant. Intergenerational Telephone Calls: Linguistic & Communicative Parameters
PI: Ana Carvalho
Co-PI: Malcah Yaeger-Dror

2015 NSF BCS Grant #1549994. Funding for a satellite workshop on ‘Coding for Linguistic Archive Preparation
PI: Malcah Yaeger-Dror
Co-PI: Chris Cieri
 

2012 NSF BCS Grant #1144480. Funding for the workshop on ‘Coding for Sociolinguistic Archive Preparation
PI: Chris Cieri
Co-PI: Malcah Yaeger-Dror
 

2011 NSF Grant 1058778, funding for a workshop on Best Practices in Sociophonetic Methodology held at the Summer Institute in Boulder, CO, 2011
PI: Marianna Di Paolo
Co-PI: Malcah Yaeger-Dror

2008 York 'Distinguished Visitor' Fellow
Grant for research visit in Britain. Funding to collaborate with researchers at York in
Edinburgh and Glasgow, considering both phonetic/sociophonetic & conversation analytical
problems with different coworkers.

2004-2005 Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture
Research Fellowship Grant.
Topic: Oral histories of a Boston religious community; analysis
of sound change and cognition.

2001-2002 University of Arizona, VP for research 'Small Grants'
Topic: Pilot analysis of variation in Chicano & South American Spanish disagreement
strategies

Carnegie Mellon University, NSF subcontract
Topic: Adapting the CallFriend English, Japanese, & Spanish conversations to CLAN format
(cf., www.talkbank.org)

White House Historical Association, Archival Research Grant
Topic: Analysis of prosodic variation contrasting conversation with news interviews and
political debates, using presidential sound files.

2001 Kennedy Archives, Kennedy Library Foundation Research Grant
Topic: Analysis of prosodic variation contrasting conversation with new interviews and
political debates, using presidential sound files.

1998-2001 US, National Science Foundation, #98-0-899-4
Topic: Negatives and Register: an Acoustic Study.

1990 British Council, English Language Scholar Grant.

Ben Gurion University Behavioral Sciences Research Grant.

Ben Gurion University-UCLA Joint Research Grant.

1989-1990 Ben Gurion University Humanities Research Grant.

1986-1989 US, National Science Foundation, #86-0-8714-3.