Faculty News

  • Documenting Mayan Inscriptions

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

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  • 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.

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Alumni News

  • 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.

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Other News

  • New Joint MA/PhD in Hispanic Linguistics

    We are excited to announce a new dual MA/PhD program in Hispanic Linguistics, administered jointly by the Departments of Linguistics and Romance Studies. Applications will be accepted this fall for enrollment in the 2019-2020 academic year. Please see this link for more information, and contact Prof. Moreton, the Director of Graduate Admissions, if you have questions (moreton@unc.edu).

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  • MA Alumnus Brent Eisenbarth Receives Fulbright Scholarship

    Linguistics MA alumnus Brent Eisenbarth received a Fulbright scholarship to work as an English Teaching Assistant in a multilingual school near Santiago de Compostela, Galicia. During his time at UNC he has studied second-language acquisition (particularly phonological acquisition), bilingualism, and bilingual environments, so we know he will enjoy his teaching work in Galicia. Boa Viaxe!

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