The BSL Corpus Project team been joined by a new DCAL Deaf intern – Breish Rowe. Breish is a psychology graduate from the University of Durham who has joined DCAL for one year. She’ll be working on a number of DCAL projects, including the BSL Corpus Project. Welcome Breish! Jordan Fenlon, our project research associate, passed his PhD viva recently, so congratulations to Dr Fenlon! Our research assistant on the project, Ramas Rentelis, has passed his University of Durham Postgraduate Diploma in Interpreting with the Deaf Community with a distinction: congratulations Ramas! Finally, our project-linked research student, Rose Stamp, successfully completed her Masters in Research degree here at UCL, with a dissertation focussing on variation and change in BSL: congratulations to Rose!