Welcome

Cindy Brantmeier is the principal investigator in the Language Research Laboratory at Washington University, St. Louis. Her experimental research addresses questions about the nature of second/foreign languages and how they are acquired and used.

Professor Brantmeier is the Director of Applied Linguistics, which includes the Phd and undergraduate major/minor.  She was recently apointed Co-Editor of Reading in a Foreign Language, a leading journal housed at the University of Hawaii. She was the recipient of Washington University's 2012 Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award. 

To view a video of Professor Brantmeier delivering the keynote address at STARTALK 2013 for the President's National Language Initiative at LARC, San Diego State University, click below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gm-lny6GQjw

To view a webinar by Professor Brantmeier on Assessing Foreign Language Reading for Penn and SDSU, click below:

http://larc.sdsu.edu/webinar-brantmeier/
 

 

Cindy Brantmeier

Professor, Applied Linguistics and Education

Department of Education
Campus Box 1183
One Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
(314) 935-7953

cbrantme@wustl.edu

Office 135 Seigle Hall; Education Research Laboratory Seigle Hall