Raquel Anderson is a professor in the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences at Indiana University, Bloomington. She developed and currently directs the bilingual track in the clinical master’s degree program, where she teaches courses on child dual language learning and language disorders. Her research focuses on examining the intersection between child specific variables and sociolinguistics in the study of child dual language learners, with a special interest in Spanish child heritage speakers. Additional interests include identifying best practices for accurately assessing language skill in child dual language learners. Raquel co-directs the DEIJ committee in SLHS and is an active board member of the Latino Community Center.
Professor, Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences