Daniel Maier (M.A./M.S.) joined Princeton, in the fall of 2021, as a lecturer for the ASL language sequence. He is currently a Ph.D. student in Linguistics at Gallaudet University. Daniel has many years of teaching experience in college and secondary settings along with involvement with multiple research projects concerning language learning and signed languages. His research focuses on first language acquisition and second language learning of signed languages, translanguaging and signed languages, and applied linguistics. Additionally, he is particularly interested in the morpho-syntactic properties of signed languages through the use of spatialization, indicating verbs, and depiction.