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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
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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
March 8, 2018
Five undergraduates from the Department of Linguistics are semifinalists in the Fulbright U.S. Stude ...
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 ...
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