2020: BA (Hons) Linguistics, Minor in Music

Thesis: You and Me in Blackfoot’s Obviation System
Supervisor: Dr. Elizabeth Ritter

University of Calgary

2021: AI4Good Lab

Attendees are competitively chosen to be one of 60 participants. Associated with CIFAR and 
Amii, the lab features a program of lectures, workshops, and projects to help support women in 
AI in order to foster greater inclusion in tech culture.

Project: An app which uses machine learning for speech recognition to assist in the documentation of endangered languages. 
Logo I designed for my team’s project, RecordLing, featuring a little speech bubble character



Goddard, Q., Athanasopoulou, A., & Flynn, D. Plains Cree and the Ambiguity Between Lexical and Phrasal Prosody. 94th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA), New Orleans, LA. January 4, 2020.


Goddard, Q., Athanasopoulou, A., & Flynn, D. Lexical Stress in Plains Cree: An  Acoustic Account. 2019 Acoustics Week in Canada, Edmonton, AB. October 9, 2019.

Goddard, Q., Athanasopoulou, A., & Flynn, D. Prosody in Plains Cree. The 9th Annual Verbatim Undergraduate Society in Linguistics Colloquium, Calgary, AB. March 29, 2019.

Goddard, Q. Don’t Believe Everything You Hear: Acoustic Cues in Plains Cree. Student’s Union Symposium for Undergraduate Research, Calgary, AB. November 26, 2019.

Goddard, Q., Athanasopoulou, A., & Flynn, D. The Phonetic Realization of Word Stress in Plains Cree. Northwest Phon{etics;ology} Conference (NoWPhon), Calgary,  AB.  September 21, 2019.


An article was written about me when I graduated. Here’s another shoutout from when I entered an undergraduate research symposium.

My video for Dr. Elizabeth Ritter and Dr. Martina Wiltschko at the 2021 CLA conference went “whatever the equivalent of viral is for linguistics twitter” (Storoshenko, 2021):