- Charlotte Prieu, ABD, “Language Practices of a Digital Black Feminist Community on French Twitter: Gender, Race, and Identity”, prelim passed on December 13, 2019.
- Gyula Zsombok, 2020, “Dynamics of Prescriptivism and Lexical Borrowings in Contemporary France”, with J. Roy (UIUC), Assistant Professor tenure-track, Middlebury College, VT.
- Jessica A. Nicholas, Ph.D. 2018, with A. Mroz, “Social and learner-specific factors in the acquisition of native-like phonetic contrasts by study-abroad students in Paris, France”, Head of Foreign Languages Department, Bloomington High School, IL.
- Richard Beyogle, Ph.D. 2015, with A. M. Escobar (Spanish), “Language contact in two border communities in Burkina Faso and Ghana: Lexical borrowing in Dagara”, Visiting Assistant Professor, Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL
- Christopher M. Carignan, Ph.D. 2013, with R. Shosted (Linguistics), “When nasal is more than nasal: the oral articulation of nasal vowels in two dialects of French”, Research Scientist, Institute of Phonetics and Speech Processing, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich
- Christopher Michael Stewart, Ph.D. 2009, “Perceptions of Parisian French: From Language Attitudes to Speech Perception”, Analytical Linguist, Google, Santa Monica, California
- Jessica Miller, Ph.D. 2007, “Swiss French Prosody: Intonation, Rate, and Speaking Style in the Vaud Canton”, Professor, Department of Modern Languages, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
- Samira Hassa, Ph.D. 2006, “De la Médina à la Ville Nouvelle : études ethnolinguistiques des choix codiques dans l’espace urbain de Fes (Maroc)”, Associate Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Manhattan College, New York
- Fallou Ngom, Ph.D. 2002, with D. Kibbee, “Lexical borrowings as sociolinguistic variables in Saint-Louis, Sénégal, Professor, Director of the African Studies Center, Department of Anthropology, Boston University