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New Linguistics faculty and courses for next year

Many of you have heard already, but I wanted to let you know officially that Jennifer Nycz has been hired to fill our visiting position next year. We have accordingly made some additions and changes to our upper-division course offerings … finish reading New Linguistics faculty and courses for next year

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RA/Lab Manager Position – Penn State

The Center for Language Science (http://www.cls.psu.edu) invites applications for a Research Assistant/Lab Manager. The Center includes a highly interactive group of faculty and students whose interests include bilingualism, language processing, language acquisition in children and adults, and language contact. The … finish reading RA/Lab Manager Position – Penn State

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Summer research/employment opportunity in Portland

Looking for linguistics-related summer employment here in Portland? Richard Sproat, a researcher at the OHSU-affiliated Center for Spoken Language Understanding (CSLU), is looking for two research assistants for an NSF-funded project on “Non-Linguistic Symbol Systems”. Richard writes: “I mentioned a … finish reading Summer research/employment opportunity in Portland

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Study Quechua in Peru this summer

David Garrett in the History Department sent me notice of a program in Cusco, Peru, offering intensive summer language courses in Quechua (beginning, intermediate and advanced). The program will take place this year from June 27 to August 12, at … finish reading Study Quechua in Peru this summer

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Research Opportunities for Recent Grads

The following announcement was sent to me by Colin Phillips at the University of Maryland. Seniors and recent grads looking for work opportunities in linguistics, take note! Post-BA Research Positions at U of Maryland The Department of Linguistics at the … finish reading Research Opportunities for Recent Grads

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Summer Research Opportunity in Computer Science (OHSU)

Want to stay in Portland this summer and earn money as a research assistant in computational linguistics? The Center for Spoken Language Understanding (CSLU), part of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at OHSU, has summer stipends to work on language-related … finish reading Summer Research Opportunity in Computer Science (OHSU)

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Rebecca Cover: TALK

A reminder that Rebecca Cover is giving her talk tomorrow, Monday, February 28th, at 4:30. The talk will be in ETC-205. Hope to see you there!

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Fellowship and Awards Deadlines

Thinking of applying for a Fulbright, Watson, Rhodes, or other scholarship? The fellowships and awards committee has announced the application deadlines for next year’s awards. You can find them here, or by looking at the flier posted on the Linguistics … finish reading Fellowship and Awards Deadlines

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Cornell Undergraduate Linguistics Colloquium (April 15-16)

The Cornell Undergraduates in Linguistics (UnderLings) is hosting its Fifth Annual Cornell Undergraduate Linguistics Colloquium (CULC), April 15-16, 2011, in Ithaca, New York. They would love to have undergraduate students at Reed participate. Below is a call for papers for … finish reading Cornell Undergraduate Linguistics Colloquium (April 15-16)

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Linguistics Lunch and Talk Next Monday

A second reminder that Rebecca Cover, who has applied for a half-time teaching position in the department, will be on campus next Monday, February 28th, to meet with students and faculty. Rebecca will be having lunch with students at noon … finish reading Linguistics Lunch and Talk Next Monday

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