Bruin Linguists Society

The Bruin Linguists Society (BLing) is the UCLA Linguistics’ undergraduate student association. We host events every quarter that are geared towards undergraduate students’ success in career, academics, and the linguistics community.

Among the events that BLing puts on every year is the Southern California Undergraduate Linguistics Conference (SCULC). Although this event typically takes place annually, due to precautions around COVID-19 we have unfortunately elected to cancel the SCULC for 2020.

Upcoming Events
Bruin Linguists Society is excited to be hosting SCULC 2022 this Saturday!
SCULC (the Southern California Undergraduate Linguistics Conference) will be held again at the Learning Pavilion in Campbell Hall by the University of California, Los Angeles Linguistics Department and the undergraduate-run linguistics society, Bruin Linguists Society. Founded in 2010 by Bruin Linguists, SCULC was established to create a collaborative and educational environment for the undergraduate linguistics community. Throughout the years, it has been entirely student-run and free for all participants, presenters, and guests, supported by contributions from the linguistics community, the UCLA Linguistics Department, and individuals working to help enhance and expand the experience of undergraduates in linguistics.Join us this Saturday for a day of inspirational presentations from undergraduate researchers from UCLA, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Barbara, Yale, the University of Arizona, Beijing Foreign Studies University, Mindanao State University, and the University of Washington! 
 
Conference Date: May 21, 2022 from 9am to 5pm
Location: Learning Pavilion in Campbell Hall at UCLA RSVP here: https://tinyurl.com/sculc2022
Visit our website https://sites.google.com/view/sculc-2022/home for more information!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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