Wesley Leong, who received our department's Robert A. Fowkes Prize in 2018, has had a paper published in Lifespans and Styles, a peer-reviewed journal for undergraduate work in sociolinguistics. The paper, Sociolinguistic Factors Affecting Tense Variation in Singapore English, can be found here: http://journals.ed.ac.uk/lifespansstyles/article/view/5642.
Wesley's paper investigates tense variation in Singapore English and stems from a DURF-funded project he did as an undergraduate, supervised by Laurel MacKenzie. Wesley will be joining the Psychological Sciences PhD program at the University of Connecticut in the fall, focusing on Language and Cognition. Congratulations, Wesley!