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Linguistics Department Dissertation Defense – Wanette Reynolds on the development of referent tracking in signed narratives 7/29/16 at 2 PM @College Hall Lyceum

Wanette Reynolds will be defending her dissertation Friday July 29, 2016 at 2pm in the College Hall Lyceum. The first forty minutes of the dissertation defense are open to the Gallaudet community. We invite you to come and learn about her research and support her … Continue reading

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Linguistics Department Dissertation Defense – Jeff Palmer “ASL Word Order Development in Bimodal Bilingual Children” 11/19/15 at 1 pm @LLRH6, room 101

Jeff Palmer’s Dissertation Defense will be Thursday November 19, 2015 at 1pm in the Living and Learning Residence Hall (LLRH6), Room 101. Everyone is invited to attend the public presentation which will be the first 30-40 minutes. Here is a … Continue reading

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Reminder – Clifton Langdon’s dissertation Defense this Wed at 3 PM, LLHR6 Room 101

Clifton Langdon is defending his dissertation, entitled, “The Linguistic Structure and Neural Representation of Classifier Constructions: Through the Lens of Child Acquisition and Adult Usage,” Wednesday, December 11, at 3pm. The location is room 101 on the ground floor of … Continue reading

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Brown Bag Event 9/20 @ SLCC 3233 aka Open Area

Topic: Summaries of dissertation study by three doctoral students On Friday, September 20th, we’ll being having our department’s second brown bag lunch event in SLCC 3233 or our big Open Area. Bring your lunch and join us! 1. Jeffrey Palmer, … Continue reading

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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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“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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