LINGUIST List 12.266

Thu Feb 1 2001

Support: Undergrad Summer Internships/ Lang Engineering

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  1. David Yarowsky, Undergraduate Summer Internships in Language Engineering

Message 1: Undergraduate Summer Internships in Language Engineering

Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 12:14:17 -0500 (EST)
From: David Yarowsky <>
Subject: Undergraduate Summer Internships in Language Engineering

 Undergraduate Summer Internships in Language Engineering

 A Language Engineering Workshop for Students and
 Professionals: Integrating Research and Education 

The Center for Language and Speech Processing at Johns Hopkins University
is seeking outstanding members of the current junior class to participate
in a summer workshop on language engineering from June 25 to August 17,

No limitation is placed on the undergraduate major. Only relevant skills,
employment experience, past academic record and the strength of letters of
recommendation will be considered. Students of Biomedical Engineering,
Computer Science, Cognitive Science, Electrical Engineering, Linguistics,
Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, etc. may apply. Women and minorities are
encouraged to apply.

 * An opportunity to explore an exciting new area of research.

 * A two week tutorial on speech and language technology.

 * Mentoring by an experienced researcher.

 * Exclusive use of a computer workstation throughout the workshop.

 * A $4500 stipend and $1680 towards per diem expenses.

 * Private furnished accommodation for the duration of the workshop.

 * Travel expenses to and from the workshop venue.

 * Participation in project planning activities.

This eight-week workshop provides a vigorously stimulating and enriching
intellectual environment and we hope that it will encourage students to
eventually pursue graduate study in the field of human language

Application forms are available via the Internet or by mail. Electronic
submission of applications is strongly encouraged. Applications must be
received at CLSP by Friday, February 9, 2001. For details, contact CLSP,
320 Barton Hall, 3400 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218, visit our web
page at , or call 410-516-4237.

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