Sarah R. Moeller
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics
M.A. in Applied Linguistics               2010
Moscow State University – Lomonosov
Graduate courses in Linguistics       2002
Thomas Edison State College
B.A. in History                               2002


Language Computer Corporation
Linguist   2011, 2012-present

Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics
Distance Education Project Coordinator   

Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics
Teaching Assistant 

SIL International, Int'l Linguistics Office
Student Intern

Free Lance
Translator/interpreter/English teacher

English Teacher   2003-2006


West Asia. 2013-Present


Boerger, Brenda H., Stephen N. Self, Sarah Ruth Moeller, D. Will Reiman. In progress. Language and Culture Documentation Manual.

Moeller, Sarah. 2011. "Ups and Downs: Bringing Students and Language Communities Together" Poster presented at the 2nd International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation, University of Hawaii, February 11-13, 2011, and 3rd Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex Linguistics Conference, University of North Texas (UNT), September 10, 2011.

Moeller, Sarah. 2011. Word stress in Lezgian in Optimality Theory. GIAL Occasional Papers in Applied Linguistics, No. 10. (

Moeller, Sarah.2010.  A preliminary analysis of Crimean Tatar written discourse. Paper presented at 2nd Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex Linguistics Conference, November 5, 2010, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics.

Ndjerareou, Mekoulnodji, Christina Melick, and Sarah Moeller. 2010. A brief grammatical sketch of Ngambay. Paper presented at the 1st Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex Linguistics Conference, November 7, 2009, University of Texas-Arlington (UTA), and published in GIALens: Electronic Notes Series, 2010.2. (

English – native language
Russian – Advanced High (level 3 in TORFL – Test of Russian Language as a Foreign Language)
German – novice to intermediate

Related experience and Achievements

October 2010. Organized and led a student-initiated service-learning project with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, leading to a poster session in Hawaii and at University of North Texas.