- Please mark your calendars:
The 4TH ANNUAL QP FEST will be held on Friday 4 May 2007, and will be an all-day event. This is a great opportunity for linguistics graduates who have (nearly) completed their first or second QPs to present their research to the larger Linguistics community.
We invite all who are interested in presenting to write to Bruno firstname.lastname@example.org with your tentative talk title by April 15. Please follow the time-line below.
- By April 15: Write to Bruno email@example.com with a tentative talk title.
- By April 23: Confirm talk title and submit a one-page abstract (PDF format).
The QP Fest committee
Vivienne, Matt, Marie-Catherine, Bruno, Alex, and Dmitry
- Bruno Estigarribia has accepted a two-year postdoctoral training grant in the program in neurodevelopmental disorders at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He will be doing research on the language development of autistic and fragile X kids. Congrats, Bruno!
Sociolinguistics Professor John Rickford considers shifting to child
language acquisition as he joins the grandparents club with Nyla Angela
Washington, born March 29, 2007 (7 lbs, 9 oz; 20 3/4") to daughter
Anakela and son-in-law Marc.
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