The 3rd UConn Linguistics Graduate Roundtable will be held in Laurel Hall 106, on Dec. 7, 2013, starting at 11am.
Both students and faculty are all welcome.
The ULGR is an annual workshop for UConn Linguistics graduate students.The purpose of the workshop is multifold: to provide the graduate students in the Department with the opportunity to present their work in a truly informal, receptive, and friendly environment; to allow students to receive feedback on their work (whatever stage of development it is in); to allow students to become familiar with and critically assess the work of those around them; to promote and foster interaction, discussion, and collaboration among those in the Department.
The program, and other information will be posted after the Thanksgiving recess.
Stay tuned and see you there.
Call for Presentations
Fellow Linguistics graduate students are invited to submit titles for presentations for the 3rd UConn Linguistics Graduate Roundtable scheduled for Dec. 7th, 2013 in Room 106 Laurel Hall. The presentations come in 10-minute, 15-minute, and 20-minute slots (all followed by 5-minute discussions). Please send the following information to Renato Lacerda.
(i) the title of your presentation
(ii) handout or abstract (2-3 sentences should be fine).
(iii) whether you would prefer a 10-minute, 15-minute, or 20-minute slot.
Submission deadline: Monday, Dec. 2nd, 2013.