Linguistics: Phonology; Literary Forensic Analysis; Computational Linguistics; Natural Language Processing
Haley Todd is a Doctoral Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant at George Mason University. In 2017, Haley earned a B.A. in Modern Languages (Spanish and French) from the University of North Georgia. In 2019, she earned an M.A. from Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca in Spanish Language and Culture. Haley's research interests include phonological typology, forensic analysis of text, and natural language processing. Haley is currently researching a case of author attribution via statistical computing analyses.
Fall 2022: LING 307-002 (English Grammar) and LING 520-DL1 (Introduction to Linguistics)
Spring 2022: LING 306-305 (General Linguistics Recitation) and LING 307-001 (English Grammar)
Fall 2021: LING 306-305 (General Linguistics Recitation) and LING 307-001 (English Grammar)
Spring 2021: LING 306-301 (General Linguistics Recitation)
Fall 2020: LING 306-306 (General Linguistics Recitation)
George Mason University, PhD student
Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, M.A.
University of North Georgia, B.A.
Modern Languages (Spanish and French), International Affairs
Master's Thesis “La implementación de un curso fonético en la clase de E.L.E.” Salamanca, Spain. July 2019.