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Category: Conferences, Faculty, General

Rett at SALT 23

Published: May 3, 2013

Jessica Rett and co-author, Sarah Murray (Cornell), will be presenting a poster at SALT 23, to be held this weekend at UCSC. Their poster is entitled: “A semantic account of mirative evidentials”.

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Category: Awards, General, Graduate Students

Margit Bowler awarded an NSF Graduate Fellowship!

Published: April 17, 2013

First year graduate student, Margit Bowler, has received a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship to fund linguistic fieldwork in central Australia. She will begin by conducting  research on Warlpiri, and am interested particularly in lexical categories in the language. Her long-term goal is to expand her fieldwork into related central Australian languages, for a broader perspective…

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Category: Faculty, General, Graduate Students

Phonetics Lab participates in Bruin Day 2013

Published: April 12, 2013

The Phonetics lab will be participating in this year’s Bruin Day (April 13) where we will be showcasing the lab’s facilities to prospective undergraduate students and their families. http://bruinday.ucla.edu/schedule – then Tours – then Academics/Phonetics Lab (unfortunately no direct link!) We appreciate the undergrad and grad student volunteers who will make this event possible and…

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Category: Faculty, General, Talks

Nina Hyams speaks at UNC-Chapel Hill

Published: April 12, 2013

Nina Hyams is speaking at UNC-Chapel Hill this weekend (April 13). She is the keynote speaker at the UNC-Chapel Hill Spring Colloquium. Her talk is entitled: The acquisition of syntactically encoded evidentiality (based on joint work with Jessica Rett and Lauren Winans)

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Category: General, Graduate Students, Jobs

Grace Kuo goes to Macalester!

Published: April 7, 2013

Grace Kuo has accepted a one-year faculty position at the Department of Linguistics at Macalester College. She will be teaching laboratory phonetics and phonology and learning the Great Lakes Accent. Congratulations Grace!

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