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 invited to celebrate Native American History Month. More information about the visit can be found on the KU Today newsletter published on Wednesday, November 16th.
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 went to the “L3 Workshop 2022: Workshop on Multilingual Language Acquisition, Processing, and Use” in London this past weekend.
Linguistic graduate students presented at the MidPhon 27 Conference at Washington University in St.
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.
The Linguistics Department welcomes our new graduate students. Peace Benson is in the Ph.D. program. New Master's students include Asmaa Alharthi, Atheer Alqahtani, Asma Alzahrani, Cassidy Duckworth, Rotsuprit Saengthong, and Owen Wegner. We are glad you chose KU and our department!
The Linguistics Department welcomes two new faculty members, Drs.
Joan Sereno, professor in Linguistics has been chosen as the Division Director of the Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS) Division
John Gluckman, assistant professor receives NSF grant. More information on the NSF grant can be found here. Below are links of articles published regarding his gran
Congratulations to Ruoqian (Lucy) Cheng for her second place in the student poster session at the spring meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. The meeting took place in Denver in May, 2022. Cheng is a fifth-year graduate student.
The Linguistics Department has announced the 2022 Carol J. Abel Distinguished Senior and Junior Award winners. Senior Major Award winners included Marilyn Curtis and Emma Scott. Junior Major Awards went to Jack Foster and Isaac Svihus. Congratulations!