Compling faculty, students, and alumni participated in the 55th annual meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, which took place in Vancouver July 30th through August 4th. To view the ACL Anthology page with conference proceedings, please visit http://www.aclweb.org/anthology/P/P17/. More information about the ACL 2017 can be found on the conference Facebook page.
Esther Le Grézause, a doctoral candidate in Linguistics, passed her final examination on May 23rd. Richard Wright served as Chair of the dissertation committee (US) and Prof. Nicolas Ballier represented Université Paris Diderot. Gina Levow, Mari Ostendorf, and Ellen Kaisse completed the dissertation committee, and Dean Michael Shapiro served as Graduate School Representative for the exam. Esther will receive doctoral degrees both from the University of Washington and Université Paris Diderot... Read more
Linguistics PhD candidate Laura Panfili recently was awarded the UW Graduate School Presidential Fellowship. The award, which is intended to facilitate completion of a dissertation, provides a quarter of support for awardees. To read more about the fellowship, go to: https://grad.uw.edu/graduate-student-funding/for-students/fellowships/list-of... Read more
Linguistics undergraduate Lydia Castro, pictured with faculty adviser Richard Wright, was invited to participate in the 20th Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium at Mary Gates Hall on the University of Washington campus. Lydia graduated with a bachelor's in Linguistics in spring and will pursue a graduate degree at Simon Fraser University this coming autumn.
The Linguistics Department's Annual Recognition Celebration for 2017 graduates and Excellence in Linguistics Research Fellowship recipients took place on June 7th at the University of Washington Club. Photograph by Amandalynne Paullada
Marina Oganyan successfully defended her dissertation, entitled "The Role of Morphology in Word Recognition of Hebrew as a Templatic Language, on July 31st. Julia Herschensohn and Richard Wright served as co-chairs of the dissertation and reading committee.
Linguistics PhD graduate Rachael Tatman and her adviser Prof. Richard Wright participated in the campuswide commencement ceremony at Husky Stadium on June 10, 2017. The title of her PhD thesis is: Modeling the Perceptual Learning of Novel Dialect Features. Photograph by Russell Hugo
May 12th 2017 Allen Library Petersen Room | 3-6 pm
Linguistics undergraduate senior and French double major Martin Horst is passionate about languages and studying the intricacies of them. Growing up in Seattle, Martin developed an interest in French in part thanks to a year abroad his mother had spent living in Belgium. Martin continued his high school French International Baccalaureate (IB) studies here at UW, where he further developed his skills in both the French language and linguistics. Martin spent a year abroad in Morocco at Al... Read more