Skip to main content

Past Events

Below we list past events hosted specifically by the Linguistics Department. To see the interdisciplinary past events on campus, go to the calendar.

multi-day

Computational Linguistics Reading Group

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM, sponsored by Linguistics Department

This group meets every other week to read recent papers in computational linguistics, and all are welcome to join. This...

multi-day

Computational Linguistics Reading Group

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM, sponsored by Linguistics Department

This group meets weekly to read recent papers in computational linguistics, and all are welcome to join. For more information...

Jun
5
2020

Linguistics QP Fest 2020

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM, sponsored by Linguistics Department

Presentation of qualifying paper research by graduate students.

Jun
3
2020

Undergraduate Research Forum and Award Ceremony

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM, sponsored by Linguistics Department

Linguistics undergraduate students will present their honors thesis research. The forum will be followed by the Demoz Prize Awards Ceremony

Mar
4
2020

Phonatics: Matt Goldrick

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM, sponsored by Linguistics Department

Modeling Liaison using Gradient Symbolic Representations (Joint work with Paul Smolensky and Eric Rosen, Johns Hopkins University & Microsoft Research) The Gradient...

Feb
21
2020

Prospective graduate students visit 2020

All day, sponsored by Linguistics Department

Prospective Graduate Students Visit: Tour of Linguistics labs and campus; Individual meetings with faculty, reception

Nov
1
2019

Linguistics Colloquium Series: Abby Walker

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM, sponsored by Linguistics Department

Expecting the unexpected: How long-term exposure to dialectal variation may change listening strategies.  In this talk I discuss three studies that...

Oct
30
2019

PHONATICS: Kasia Hitczenko

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM, sponsored by Linguistics Department

How context can help in learning sounds from naturalistic speech Infants learn the sound categories of their language and adults successfully...

Back to top