Monthly Archives: May 2012

Linguistics Colloquium 06/01/12 – Christopher Allen Sundita, Gus McGrath, Yumi Ozaki, Claire Simon, Jasmine Lewis, Steve Steele Carter

Friday, June 1, 2012 3:30–5:00p.m. MGH 241 Verbal Presentations: Christopher Allen Sundita University of Washington The development of Tagalog <um> Tagalog literature prior to the early 20th century reveals more forms in the verb conjugation paradigm of the Tagalog intransitive … Continue reading

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USC Undergraduate Conference in Linguistics 2012 Call for Papers (Abstracts Due: 08/01/12)

USC Undergraduate Conference in Linguistics:  Call for Papers The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, will host its first Undergraduate Conference in Linguistics on Friday/Saturday October 12-13, 2012. Undergraduate students are invited to submit a one page abstract-outline of a … Continue reading

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EDUC 401: Tutoring and Mentorship in Higher Education

The University of Washington Academic Support Program is offering a service-learning seminar titled “EDUC 401: Tutoring and Mentorship in Higher Education” for Autumn Quarter 2012. This weekly seminar will introduce junior and senior students to a diverse range of tutoring, mentoring, and … Continue reading

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Linguistics Colloquium 05/25/12 – Eric Henke, Ellen Kaisse, and Richard Wright

Is the Sonority Sequencing Principle an Epiphenomenon? Eric Henke, Ellen Kaisse, and Richard Wright University of Washington Friday, May 25, 2012 3:30-5:00 p.m. MGH 241 The behavior of clusters of obstruent consonants and of clusters of sonorant consonants is not well … Continue reading

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Intensive Modern Hebrew (HEBR 401) at UW in Summer 2012

In search of a non-Indo European language to fulfill the language requirement for the Linguistics major? Consider taking Modern Hebrew this summer! It is an Afro-Asiatic language with an unusual background. Hebrew had no native speakers by the 4th century … Continue reading

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Linguistics Colloquium 05/18/12 – Jurgen Klausenburger

Can Linguistics Use a Shave from Ockham’s Razor? Jurgen Klausenburger University of Washington Friday, May 18, 2012 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. SMI 211 This presentation is a progress report of work done so far on a project to apply Ockham’s … Continue reading

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College of Education Lecture: Linda Espinosa on Dual Language (05/30/12)

Dual Language Dr. Linda Espinosa University of Missouri May 30, 2012 7:00-9:00PM Kane Hall Join us for this exciting lecture series where nationally recognized early childhood researchers and leaders share their expertise and passion. This event is co-sponsored by the … Continue reading

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Northwest Natural Language Processing Workshop (05/11/12)

The 2nd Northwest Natural Language Processing Workshop (NW-NLP) will take place Friday May 11, 2012 at Microsoft in Redmond, WA.  The informal one-day workshop will provide opportunities for attendees to network, make new acquaintances, and learn about the breadth of … Continue reading

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Linguistics Colloquium 05/11/12 – Eva Nunez Mendez – Theoretical and Practical Fundamentals of the Spanish Language

Theoretical and Practical Fundamentals of the Spanish Language Dr. Eva Nunez Mendez Associate Professor, PSU Friday, May 11 3:30 pm MGH 241 The lecture will be a PowerPoint presentation on the following topics: * Origins of Castilian * Influence of … Continue reading

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UW ASL Club’s 1st Annual Performance Night

Hello everyone, This is an open invitation for everyone to attend the University of Washington’s first annual ASL Club Performance Night. It will be May 25th, from 6pm-8pm, in Savery Hall, room 264. It will be a night of ASL Poetry, Handshape Stories, ABC Stories … Continue reading

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