News and Features

  • UNC Alum Ivy Hauser receives LSA Bloch Fellowship

    UNC-CH LING alum Ivy Hauser (BA, 2012), who is now a doctoral student at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, was named the Linguistic Society of America’s Bloch Fellow.  She represents the LSA’s student members on the Executive Committee — the LSA’s governing body — and chairs the Committee on Student Issues and Concerns. Read more...

  • Documenting Mayan Inscriptions

    Dr. David Mora-Marin has spent the summer traveling to several locations to document Maya inscriptions. Read more...

  • Thrive@Carolina grant

    Katya Pertsova and Becky Butler (The Writing Center) are the recipients of the 2016 Thrive@Carolina grant to promote linguistic diversity at UNC and engage the academic community in reflecting on issues of language standardization and academic writing/speaking in the context of linguistic diversity on campus. Read more...

  • Roberge at the 22nd Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference

    Dr. Paul Roberge presented his paper “The Incredible Weakness of the Germanic Third Weak Verb Class” at the 22nd Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, held at the University of Iceland, Reykjavik, May 19-22, 2016.

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  • 2016 Spring Colloquium on March 5th

    Every spring, the Linguistics Graduate Student Association at UNC-Chapel Hill puts on its annual Spring Colloquium. This coming spring it will take place on March 5th, with Joe Pater as our keynote speaker. A schedule can be found here.

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