John G. Hill

John G. Hill

Doctoral Student


  • Lubbock, Texas

Current Employment

  • ASL lecturer at Texas Tech University


  • M.A. in Sign Language Education, Gallaudet University
  • B.A. in Deaf Studies & ASL Education, Utah Valley University

Research Interests

  • Quality of educational interpreting in K-12
  • Sign language benefits for implanted children and spoken language acquisition
  • Sign language and cognitive benefits compared to spoken language only for deaf children on psychosocial outcomes
  • Language acquisition benefits of ASL vs. Signed Systems
  • Critical period and L1 language acquisition

Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • N/A

Recent Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • N/A

Recent Presentations

  • 32nd Annual Ethnographic & Qualitative Research Conference Sample February 24-25, 2020: "The Impacts of Social Movement on Deaf Administrators in the past 7 years".

Dissertation Focus

  • Deaf Perspectives on Educational Interpreting