Sarah R. Moeller
 
EDUCATION
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

WORK EXPERIENCE

Language Computer Corporation
Linguist   2011, 2012-present

Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics
Distance Education Project Coordinator   
2011-2012

Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics
Teaching Assistant 
   2010-2011

SIL International, Int'l Linguistics Office
Student Intern
     2009-2010

Free Lance
Translator/interpreter/English teacher
   2002-2008

English Teacher   2003-2006


FIELD WORK

West Asia. 2013-Present


PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS

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. (http://gial.edu/opal/No%2010-Moeller-Lezgian-Word-Stress.pdf)

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. (http://gial.edu/GIALens/vol4-2/MelickMoellerMekoulnodj-Ngambay.pdf)
               
LANGUAGES

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.