Tina Beynen wearing a scarf in front of a blackboard with types of coffee written on it

What drew me to Carleton was the chance to work with a highly-regarded language testing researcher and what looked to be interesting courses; neither disappointed. This combined with the camaraderie I developed with fellow students, and the unwavering support of faculty members and the office staff made my experience in the MA program far exceed my expectations. My supervisor and course professors pushed me to grow and excel. The faculty and staff always found the time when I had questions about my courses, research, scholarship applications, or conference proposals. As I navigate the job market with my newly-developed skill set, apply to conferences to present the findings of my thesis research, and prepare to publish those findings, I still feel the support and encouragement of my ALDS family!

(Last updated: November 4, 2015)