Sandrine Sidze

PhD Student

Profile
  • Sandrine Sidze
    INSTITUTE:
    UNU-EHS
    E-MAIL:
    sidze@ehs.unu.edu
    PHONE:
    +49-228-815-0276
    NATIONALITY:
    Not available

    Education

    Linguistics, University of Yaounde

    Key Publications

    Meguieng, Sandrine S. (2012). Constraint ranking in the syllable structure of Kari. A paper presented at the World Congress of African Linguistics (WOCAL 7) on the theme Language description and documentation for development, education and the preservation of cultural heritage in Africa. Buea, Cameroon.
    Meguieng, Sandrine S. (2010). Aspects of the phonology of Kari in the light of the lexical phonology model. Master dissertation, University of Yaoundé I, Department of African Languages and Linguistics.
    Meguieng, Sandrine S. (2008). Description of the verb morphology of Kari, an Adamawa Niger-Congo language. Maîtrise dissertation, University of Yaoundé I, Department of African Languages and Linguistics.
    Meguieng, Sandrine S. (2006). Misuse of articles in English language, a case study of Bilingual III English, Higher Teachers' Training College (E.N.S.), Department of Bilingual Studies.

    Biographical Statement

    Sandrine Sidze is originally from Cameroon. She graduated at the University of Yaounde I in Linguistics with a focus on language description. During the last 3 years, she took part in the E-learning Project on “Working with moodle, Course development and the opportunities of E-learning”at the University of Yaounde I. Prior to joining UNU-EHS, Sandrine was a Teaching Assistant in the Department of African languages and Linguistics at the University of Yaounde I in Cameroon.

    Sandrine Sidze has joined UNU-EHS in January 2013. Her research interests focus on the role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as an accelerator for development processes. She focuses on designing and developing innovative teaching/learning models using information and communication technologies and transformative pedagogy to strengthen individual and institutional capacities in the field of climate change and environmental risk in Cameroon, and Central Africa.