I supervise the Douglass Phonetics Lab (named for the Douglass Building, which it's in). The lab has equipment for acoustic phonetics, speech perception, fieldwork, and some articulatory phonetics methods (Electroglottograph, oral and nasal airflow and oral air pressure measurement, and low-tech static palatography). This complements the equipment available in other labs of the Department of Linguistics, with which we share equipment and people whenever there is a project with equipment needs that cut across labs. The lab shares the use of three individual sound booths with the SPAM lab to allow running experiment participants efficiently. The lab supports both undergraduate and graduate students' own research and larger projects that a group of lab members work on.