Linguistics Peer Advisors are current majors who are available to advise prospective and current students, and serve as a mentor and resource to undergraduates in the department. If you have questions about Linguistics courses, major or minor requirements, how to declare, or how to find a faculty advisor, contact one of our peer advisors!
Email: madiganb [at] stanford.edu (madiganb[at]stanford[dot]edu) Office Hours: Fridays, 1:30pm-3:30pm, at Green Library Coupa (also available by appointment or Zoom)
Madigan is a senior majoring in Linguistics and minoring in Classical Studies, and plans to Co-term in CS and then head to law school. In the linguistics department, she serves as the Linguistics Undergraduate Representative and her studies focus on experimental and computational methodologies used in understanding how language is disambiguated in legal contexts.
In her free time, you can find her choosing what book to read next, making candles, listening to experimental jazz music, or looking at dogs.
Fields of interest: lexical semantics, large language models, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, the language of legal reasoning and decision making
Ji Hun Wang
Email: wang1227 [at] stanford.edu (wang1227[at]stanford[dot]edu) Office Hours: Mondays, 1:30pm-3:30pm, at Margaret Jacks Hall, Bld. 460, Department Kitchen (also available by appointment or Zoom)
Ji Hun is a senior majoring in Linguistics and Computer Science, concurrently pursuing a co-terminal master’s degree in Computer Science. His primary interests within linguistics include syntax, semantics, various interfaces between syntax and other fields of linguistics, as well as computational linguistics.
Ji Hun is a native speaker of Korean, can speak Spanish and Chinese, and has a working knowledge of Japanese and Latin. He is currently serving as the jury and a problem author for the Korean Linguistics Olympiad and the Asia Pacific Linguistics Olympiad, while organizing the North American Computational Linguistics Open Competition at Stanford.