Congratulations to Jennifer Hamano for being awarded a Graduate Center Dissertation Year Award for the 2017-18 Academic Year! Read more
Congratulations to Daniel Mann for having been selected for a Graduate Center Florence Bloch Dissertation Fellowship for the 2017-18 Academic Year! Read more
A big congratulations to Ignacio Montoya, Agustina Carando, and Miho Nagai, all of whom have received tenure-track positions.
Ignacio Montoya got a tenure-track position (Linguistics in the Dept. of English) at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Agustina Carando got a tenure-track position in the Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of California, Davis.
Miho Nagai got a tenure-track position (Japanese and Linguistics) at Winona State University, Minnesota. Read more
Ibtisam Ammouri, Kathleen M.Cullen, Andre Eliatamby, Pamela Franciotti, Boram Kim, Armando Tapia
Liliana Boladz Nekipelov, (CL) Kelsey Bourque, Giacomo Castronovo, Jiezl V.V.... Read more
John Stewart, Marisa Nagano, Elizabeth Pratt, Nadav Sabar, Emily Zane, Chun-Yi Peng, Han-Byul Chung
Rebecca Lovering-Johnson, Steven Butler, Adam Goodkind, Hanna Smokoski Read more
Michelle Morales, and Danielle Ronkos each received a Provost’s Pre-Dissertation Summer Research Award ($4,000).
Nora Goldman, Rachel Rakov, and Reid Vancelette were awarded Advanced Research Collaborative Fellowship for 2016-2017.
Lauren Spradlin received a Columbia School Linguistics Society Graduate Student Fellowship for the 2015-2016 ($15,000).
Michelle Morales and Danielle Ronkos received a Provost’s Pre-Dissertation Summer Research Award for 2016. This award of $4,000 is in recognition of their academic interests and achievement. Read more
Jennifer Seale will be presenting at SALSA 2016 (Symposium About Language and Society - Austin) this April in Austin, Texas, and at PALA 2016 (Poetics and Linguistics Association) this July in Cagliari, Italy. Read more
Congratulations to Stephanie Kakadelis for winning a Graduate Center Dissertation Year Fellowship award for the 2016-2017 Academic Year, and to Sarah Kresh for winning the Graduate Center Florence Bloch Dissertation Fellowship for the 2016-2017 Academic Year. Read more
Lauren Spradlin's presentation at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America in January, "A Morphophonological Account of 'Totes' Constructions in English," has garnered excitement in the press, including the Washington Post. The slides and a video recording of the talk are available at Lauren's OpenCUNY page. Read more