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Linguistics Mourn Loss of MA student, Atheer Alqahtani

With heavy hearts, we mourn the loss of MA student in Linguistics Atheer Alqahtani, who tragically passed way in an accident at Glacier National Park on May 22, 2023.

Phil Duncan Co-Author of Book on Endangered African Language, Ikpana

Phil Duncan expanded his documentation of the Ikpana, an endangered African language with his co-authored book called "Ikpana Interrogatives.  For more information, check out the KU Today News arti

2023 Award Winners

Graduate Award Winners Dissertation-Year Fellowship: Aron Finholt Frances Ingemann Excellence in Ph.D.: Henry Pratt Frances Ingemann Excellence in M.A.: Victoria Routsong

Graduate Student Amaya Madden presented at 30th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference

Amaya Madden, a graduate student presented at the 30th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference (March 11-13, 2023, Simon Frase

Ayumi Nobuki, a Linguistics graduate student presented at Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) 2023 Biennial Meeting

Ayumi Nobuki, a graduate student presented her poster at the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) 2023 Biennial Meeting (March 23-25, 2023, Salt Lake City, Utah).

Linguistic Graduate Students Presented at ASA Meeting on December 5-9, 2022

Linguistic graduate students presented at the 183rd Meeting of the Acou

Linguistics Undergraduate and Native American Student, Delilah Begay Visits White House

In the KU Today Campus Newsletter, a news article mentioned undergraduate Linguistics major, Delilah Begah.  On November 14-15, 2022, she and two other University of Kansas students were invited to attend two distinguished events at the annual White House Tribal Youth Forum.  The students were in

Henry Pratt wins best student-led presentation award at L3 Workshop 2022

Henry Pratt went to the “L3 Workshop 2022: Workshop on Multilingual Language Acquisition, Processing, and Use” in London this past weekend.

Graduate Students Presented at Washington University in St. Louis

Linguistic graduate students presented at the MidPhon 27 Conference at Washington University in St.

Dr. Phil Duncan collaborates with Me̱ꞌpha̱a̱ community in Lawrence

Professor Phil Duncan, Assistant Teaching Professor in the Linguistics Department at KU is collaborating with the Me̱ꞌpha̱a̱ community in Lawrence to not only save their language from extinction, create communication between the generations, and conserve the Me̱ꞌpha̱a̱ culture. 

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