Rebecca Grollemund
CV

Rebecca GROLLEMUND

Assistant Professor at the University of Missouri.

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ACTUAL POSITION

2016 – Pres
Assistant Professor

University of Missouri, Columbia MO

EDUCATION

2012
Ph.D. in Linguistics

Thesis: Nouvelles approches en classification: Application aux langues bantu du Nord-Ouest, Laboratory Dynamique du Langage, CNRS/Université Lyon 2, France, Supervisor: Jean-Marie Hombert.

2006
Master in Linguistics

Thesis: Les Okande du Gabon, locuteurs d’une langue en danger (langue bantu du groupe B30), Université Lumière Lyon 2, France, Supervisor: Lolke van der Veen.

PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENTS

2012 – 2016
Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Evolutionary Biology Group, University of Reading, UK
www.evolution.reading.ac.uk
Leader: Mark Pagel

2009 – 2012

Research Assistant

Laboratoire Dynamique du Langage (Lyon, France). September 2009 to September 2012.
CLHASS project, (Contribution de la Linguistique à l’Histoire de l’Afrique Sub-Saharienne). Supervisor: Jean-Marie Hombert (DRCE, CNRS).
www.ddl.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/clhass

2006 – 2009
Teaching Assistant in Linguistics

Lyon 2 University (Lyon, France). September 2006 to June 2009.
Courses Taught: General linguistics and French Linguistics.

2006 – 2007
Research Assistant

Laboratoire Dynamique du Langage (Lyon, France). September 2006 to March 2007.
UNIDIA project (DIAchronic UNIversals). Supervisor: Mahé Ben Hamed (CR2, CNRS)
www.diadm.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/unidia/index.php

2006 – 2006
Research Assistant

Laboratoire Dynamique du Langage (Lyon, France). July 2006 to August 2006.
ALGAB project (Atlas Linguistique du GABon). Supervisor: Lolke Van der Veen (PR2, University of Lyon 2).

FIELDWORKS

June-August 2008:

Fieldwork in Gabon, data collected for Gepinzi (Bantu language, belonging to the B30 group)

July-August 2007:

Fieldwork in Gabon, data collected for Gepinzi (B30) and Galwa (B10) (Bantu languages)

July-August 2006:

Fieldwork in Gabon, data collected for Simba and Gepinzi (Bantu languages, belonging to the B30 group)

July-August 2005:

Fieldwork in Gabon, data collected for Kande (Bantu language, belonging to the B30 group)

AWARDS AND RESEARCH GRANTS

2016-2017
University of Missouri Honors College, ASH Research Teams
Documenting Luyia together. $22,000.

2015-pres
French National Council of Universities (CNU) qualification for Assistant Professor
Section 07 – Linguistics: General Linguistics and Phonetics

2007        
Explora’ doc
Grant from the Rhône-Alpes region (France)

2006        
AALLED (Afrique Amérique Latine Langues en Danger)
Grant for fieldwork from the ANR (National Agency for Research) project