Major & Minor
We offer degrees in Linguistics as well as many research opportunities for undergraduates
Information on our cross-disciplinary PhD program and our three MA programs.
Our research investigates the structure, complexity and diversity of human languages.
Sasha Eloi-Evans ’05, ’17W (EdD) is an academic programming coordinator for the Office of Minority Students Affairs and a lecturer in the Department of Linguistics. In this essay, she reflects on diversity in higher education in the nearly 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr.’s death.Read More
- Jim Blevins, Cambridge University
Linguistics training provides students with skills that are important in a rapidly changing society. They learn how to use analytic and theoretical tools, work in collaborative environments, and collect, document, and organize complex research data on human language. They also gain a deep appreciation and understanding of the value of a culturally and linguistically diverse environment.Learn More
December 14, 2017
When segmentation helps. Implicative structure and morphological boundaries in the Navajo verb. S. B ...
November 29, 2017
Queenette Okwaraji (LDD Masters student) received a travel grant to attend the Technological Methodo ...
November 27, 2017
White, A. S., P. Rastogi, K. Duh, & B. Van Durme. (2017). Inference is Everything: Recasting Semanti ...
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