November 17, 2010

Bake Sale: Wed. Nov 24

Our last bake sale of the semester will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 24 from 9 - 4:30 in the Clearihue lobby.  As always, funds raised will go towards our scholarship fund.
Baked goods can be dropped off at the table from 9 am onwards.  If you can sit at the table, please go to to sign up for a time.  You are expected to be at the table for all of the times that you sign up for.

Also...there are still tickets available for the big end-of-semester party!  They will be on sale at the bakesale, so come on by and get a ticket ($7 each).

November 15, 2010

Events Happening This Week

Thursday, Nov. 18: 
Linguistics Department Research Forum from 11:30 to 12:50 in Elliott 061 (access to Elliott Lecture Hall is from the entrance closest to Cornett/Totem Poles/MacLaurin, 061 is downstairs). Talk titles (10 minutes per talk) are given below.

Adam Steffanick: ``L2 Japanese Verb-Form Transformation''

Matt Richards: ``Computational Tools for Exploring Classificatory Verb Systems''

Li-Shih Huang and Nicholas Travers: ``News from the field: Current applied linguistics research activities''

Ewa Czaykowska-Higgins: ``What's a Nxa'amxcin Word?''

Hua Lin and Charles Chen: ``Is there a perceptual hierarchy for English speakers perceiving
Mandarin tones?''

Martha McGinnis: ``Interactions of Movement and Binding''

Games Afternoon: 2:30-4:30 in the SUB, B024.

Friday, Nov. 19:
Meeting:  Clearihue C111 from 3:30 - 4:00.  This will be the last meeting of the semester. 

Applying to Grad School in Linguistics Workshop: 4:00 - 5:00 in Clearihue C111.