Vincent Palozzi

Vincent PalozziDirector of Linguistics 

280 Bachelor Hall
Oxford Campus
(513) 529 5240
palozzvj@miamioh.edu

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Language Education, Indiana University Bloomington, 2006

M.A. TESOL & Applied Linguistics, Indiana University Bloomington, 1995

B.A. Linguistics, SUNY Binghamton, 1990

TEACHING INTERESTS
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Research Methods in Sociolinguistics
  • Language Planning and Policy
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Second Language Acquisition
  • TESOL Pedagogy
RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Corpus Linguistics
  • Public Opinion
  • Linguistic, Cultural, and Ethnic Identity
  • Language Planning and Policy
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Second Language Acquisition
  • TESOL
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
  • Prendergast, K.A., Spradlin, T.E., Palozzi, V.J. (2007). Is it Time to Change Indiana’s School-Year Calendar? Education Policy Brief (5) 1. Center for Evaluation & Education Policy. Bloomington: Indiana University.
  • Palozzi, V.J. (2006). Assessing voter attitude toward language policy issues in the United States. Language Policy,(5)1, 15-39.
  • Palozzi, V.J. and Spradlin, T. (2006). Educational technology in Indiana: is it worth the , investment? Education Policy Brief (4) 4. Center for Evaluation & Education Policy. Bloomington: Indiana University.
  • Palozzi, V.J., Spradlin, T., & Stanley, K. (2006). Is the Indiana Early Literacy Intervention Grant Program working? Special Report. Center for Evaluation & Education Policy. Bloomington: Indiana University.
  • Duffy, T.M. & Palozzi, V.J. (2006). Review of five 100 Labor Studies courses taught online and “compressed”: synthesis and discussion. Special report for Indiana University.
GRANTS & AWARDS
  • 2011. Burns "Bud" Roper Fellow Award, American Association of Public Opinion Researchers
  • 2010. Research Grant, Department of English, Miami University
  • 2008. Nominated, School of Education Outstanding Dissertation Award, Indiana University
  • 2008. Certificate of Honor, Faculty Appreciation Day, Panhellenic Association, Miami University
  • 2003. Dissertation Grant-in-Aid-of-Research, Graduate School, Indiana University, Bloomington
  • 2002. External Dissertation Research Grant, University of Colorado, Boulder
  • 2002. External Dissertation Research Grant, INTESOL
  • 2001. Leo C. and Jean Fay Fellowship, Department of Language Education, Indiana University, Bloomington
WORK IN PROGRESS
  • A Qualitative Analysis of University Students’ Attitudes toward Language Policy & Unauthorized Immigration (working title)
  • Language Management & Unauthorized Immigration Policy: A Quantitative Analysis of University Students’ Attitudes, (working title, co-authored with Michael R. Hughes)
  • “Who Should Stay, Who Should Go: Ohio Voters’ Attitudes toward Unauthorized Immigrants” (working title, co-authored with Michael R. Hughes)
  • Official English in the United States: A State-by-State Analysis with Implications for National Policy (working title)
  • Risorgimento: Cultural Heritage and the Learning of Italian among U.S. College Students (working title)
  • The Development of Foreign Language Education in Indiana, 1887-1948: Promoting Linguistic and Cultural Awareness among Citizens (working title)