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Fellowship in Memory of CLMS Alumnus Ryan Cross
The UW's Online Giving page for the Ryan Cross Memorial Fellowship in Linguistics is now available. If you'd like to make a donation, please go to:... Read more »
Congratulations Linguistics PhD Graduate Rachael Tatman!
Linguistics PhD graduate Rachael Tatman and her adviser Prof. Richard Wright participated in the campuswide commencement ceremony at Husky Stadium... Read more »
Compling Students, Faculty, and Alums Well-represented at ACL Annual Meeting in Vancouver BC
Compling faculty, students, and alumni participated in the 55th annual meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, which took place in... Read more »
Laura Panfili Receives the Graduate School Presidential Dissertation Fellowship for 2017
Linguistics PhD candidate Laura Panfili recently was awarded the UW Graduate School Presidential Fellowship. The award, which is intended to... Read more »
Esther Le Grézause Defends Dissertation Entitled "Um and Uh, and the Expression of Stance in Conversational Speech"
Esther Le Grézause, a doctoral candidate in Linguistics, passed her final examination on May 23rd. Richard Wright served as Chair of the dissertation... Read more »
Linguistics Celebrates 2017 PhD Graduates at Annual Recognition Party at UW Club
The Linguistics Department's Annual Recognition Celebration for 2017 graduates and Excellence in Linguistics Research Fellowship recipients took... Read more »
Lydia Castro Presents Poster Entitled "The Acoustics of Deceit" at 20th Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
Linguistics undergraduate Lydia Castro, pictured with faculty adviser Richard Wright, was invited to participate in the 20th Annual UW... Read more »
Interest in ASL program continues to rise with Autumn classes filled within a week of registration.
The American Sign Language (ASL) program continues to grow with Autumn 100 level classes reaching maximum enrollment within a week of registration... Read more »
Linguistics PhD Candidate Marina Oganyan Successfully Defends Dissertation
Marina Oganyan successfully defended her dissertation, entitled "The Role of Morphology in Word Recognition of Hebrew as a Templatic Language, on... Read more »