Robin Aronow is a Linguist who has taught at the University of Delaware, The University of Pennsylvania, and is currently teaching at Temple University.
Scott obtained his BA in Business Management from West Virginia Wesleyan College, after which he launched his career at WideOpenWest, as chief Webmaster. In 2002, he branched out on his own. Scott is now the owner of Blue Fox Creative, a company that specializes in both design and development in the WordPress content management system. One of his ongoing projects is Linguisticsnetwork.com where he and Robin work together, improving and expanding the site.
Tessa Molnar studies Linguistics and French at Temple University and will be graduating in 2018. She has contributed to LingNet articles on several topics, although her primary interests are Phonetics and Phonology. Tessa has been involved with several phonology projects, including Prof. Robin Aronow’s research on Salasaka Kichwa. When she is not in the lab analyzing spectrograms, she enjoys hiking, skiing, and the fine arts.
Alexander Tucci is a PhD student studying Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at the University of Arizona. Although his primary research focus is on the development of valid and reliable assessment tools for developmental language disorders, his love for the fundamental building blocks of language has helped him contribute to several LingNet tutorials and exercises.