Monthly Archives: April 2013

A Day in the Life of Rebekah McClure, Graduate Student and LINGUIST List Editor

In this series of blog posts, we’ve asked some LINGUIST List staff members to share what it’s like to work at LINGUIST. This post was written by Rebekah McClure. She is currently finishing her first year in the Master’s program in … Continue reading

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Clearing the Clutter: A few tips on keeping your computer files organized

Hello, my name is Kristen Dunkinson. I have been a member of the LINGUIST List team since July 2011.  During my first semester, I was assigned to  work with the publicity team.  After several attempts to locate key documents for review, we realized … Continue reading

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Updates to the Student Portal

This past year we have been working hard to update our resources catered specifically to students in the section of the site called the Student Portal. Our team has gathered information from around the web into one part of our … Continue reading

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Subscribe to Our Posting Announcements Today!

Here at LINGUIST List, you’ve probably seen the many emails that we send out each day, but do you know how many issues we post each year in each area? In 2012, we posted a total of 4,971 issues! These … Continue reading

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ILIT Students Present Their Research

The past couple of weeks has been a busy time for our students. Not only are they completing their final exams, but they also recently presented their research to the public at the graduate research fair and the undergraduate symposium … Continue reading

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Finnish Origins Traced Back to Klingon

Several theories exist as to the geographic origin of Finnish and the other Uralic languages. One such theory, proposed this morning, is that they originated when Klingon ships landed somewhere around the Ural Mountains region and the bend of the middle Volga. … Continue reading

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