Monthly Archives: March 2013

Dissertation Defense April 8 – Jenn Fuller on Assimilation Patterns in Fingerspelling

On Monday, April 8, Jenn Fuller will defend her dissertation entitled “Assimilation Patterns in Fingerspelling”. The defense will be 3-5 pm in the Linguistics open area. You are welcome for Jenn’s presentation ( 35- 40 minutes) and to ask questions … Continue reading

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Brown Bag Event 3/29 @ SLCC 2300 A&B

On Friday, March 29, the working mothers of the Linguistics Department will be hosting a brown bag lunch discussion in SLCC 2300 A&B (please note the different location!). We will be starting at noon. And please bring your lunch. See … Continue reading

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“It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a…thesis?” Guest blog post by doctoral student Christina Healy

I’ve said many times that the best advice I’ve received so far as I head towards my dissertation is to remember that it is the *first* step of my research life, not the capstone.  To keep that in mind, keep … Continue reading

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