LINGUIST List 14.1029

Mon Apr 7 2003

All: Where Are They Now? Successful LINGUISTS

Editor for this issue: Richard John Harvey <richardlinguistlist.org>


Directory

  1. linguist, Where Are They Now - What Happens to LINGUIST Editors When They Leave
  2. linguist, Where Your Donations Go - Spotlight Heather Taylor
  3. linguist, How to Donate and the LINGUIST List Hall of Fame

Message 1: Where Are They Now - What Happens to LINGUIST Editors When They Leave

Date: 7 Apr 2003 03:26:00 -0000
From: linguist <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Where Are They Now - What Happens to LINGUIST Editors When They Leave


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		*** Fund Drive 2003 ***
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		*** Target: $50000 ***
		*** Total So Far: $35095.52 ***
		*** Only $14904.48 to go! ***
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Dear LINGUISTS,

If you've been subscribing to LINGUIST for any amount of time, you
know that every year during fund drive we send out a letter entitled
"Where are they now?" which talks about the students you have
previously supported through your donations to LINGUIST. I'm actually
the one who's written this letter for the last two fund drives; and at
the last meeting when the question was asked, "Who's going to write
about the former editors?", everyone looked my way again.

It's fun to write about what happens to students who were supported by
LINGUIST fellowships after they leave us, because former editors are
pretty successful in the field! But there is a bittersweet reality to
writing these letters: the longer you hang around working for
LINGUIST, the more the people you're writing about are your friends--
people you went to class with, labored through projects and LINGUIST
work with, crossed fingers with when they applied to PhD programs, and
bought a last beer for on the night before they moved upward and
onward. And, the longer you work for LINGUIST, the closer you are to
BECOMING one of those people and leaving this experience behind.

I've spent this fall and spring preparing my applications for PhD
programs in linguistics, training the continuing LINGUIST editors in
how to do the things I do around here, and getting used to the idea
that, very shortly, LINGUIST will be something I see from the outside
like the rest of the linguistic community. So, I suppose you could
call me a "LINGUIST where-are-they-now? in the making".

But I'm not the only one doing this right now. This year, four
LINGUIST editors are finishing their M.A. programs, and all are
applying to Ph.D. programs in linguistics. Thus they are joining the
many former LINGUIST editors who have continued to study and work in
the field.

Through LINGUIST's 14 year history, 39 students have been supported by
LINGUIST List fellowships. Nineteen are still in M.A. programs, but
20 LINGUIST editors have completed their M.A. degrees. Of these 20...

- 3 have already finished Ph.D.'s in linguistics. In fact, one is a
tenured professor!

- 2 are finishing their linguistics dissertations this year.

- 5 others are enrolled in Ph.D. programs at leading universities--4
 in linguistics programs and 1 in computer science.

- 4 have gone directly from their M.A.'s to careers in computing (3)
or graphic design (1).

And then there's me. I wouldn't have done my M.A. in linguistics if I
hadn't been funded by LINGUIST. There's only so much money out there,
and the LINGUIST fellowship is one of the few fellowships a student at
the master's level can get. And I think it goes without saying (I'll
say it anyway), if I had not done my M.A. in linguistics, I wouldn't
be doing my Ph.D. in linguistics.

The bottom line is this -- by supporting LINGUIST, even in a small way
like $10 or $20, you enable the students who work for LINGUIST to
continue their work as editors--and, more importantly, to continue
their work as students and linguists. I know it seems like money is
tight, especially with the economy in the shape it's in right now, but
if the money doesn't keep circulating, everyone loses out. LINGUIST
can't support its students, and the information LINGUIST provides the
community freely will be lost to everyone. So, even if you're getting
sick of these fund drive letters, please think about donating just a
small amount now. It really is one the most direct ways you can
contribute toward the education of linguists and the future of the
field. 

Thanks!


Heather Taylor

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		The LINGUIST List 'Just $5' Request
		-----------------------------------

The LINGUIST List has over 17,000 subscribers to the email list, and
our website gets over 3 million hits a week. If every one of our
17,000+ subscribers donated Just $5, we would raise over $85,000 -
that's a lot of money! We are only asking for $50,000 - but we do need
this $50,000 if we are to survive and continue to bring you the free
services that we offer.

DONATE - Don't Hesitate: http://linguistlist.org/donate.html

Instructions of How To Donate: http://linguistlist.org/donation.html
(or see the bottom of this message)

We like to thank our donors with amazing free gifts (see
http://linguistlist.org/premiums.html), and this year many of our
supporting publishers have donated some truly wonderful linguistic
prizes to The LINGUIST List Publisher Prize Draw - as a donor you are
automatically entered into this! For more info, visit:

http://linguistlist.org/prizedraw.html

Thank you for your support.
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Message 2: Where Your Donations Go - Spotlight Heather Taylor

Date: 7 Apr 2003 03:35:26 -0000
From: linguist <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Where Your Donations Go - Spotlight Heather Taylor

Dear Subscribers,

When you meet someone and you tell them you're a linguist, what's the
first thing they ask? Something like how many languages do you speak,
right? Well, I have an even better scenario. Whenever I meet a
linguist who DOESN'T work with me on LINGUIST List, the first question
asked is usually "so, what is it like to work for LINGUIST?"

It's like a reality TV show for the web. You and your closest 14
colleagues share three offices and some computers and everything you
do gets displayed for "the entire linguistics community" to see. You
end up spending every waking hour with these same people from the
three offices. I'll leave the office, go home, then check something
online from home. Then I'll start chatting with another editor on
instant messenger about how someone's birthday is coming up, or did
you hear about so-and-so's paper got accepted at a conference, or oh
my god, I will never finish the paper on time with everything else I
have to do! We travel to conferences together, we collaborate on
projects together, we criticize each other's theoretical approaches
and subfields together (haha!) -- you get the picture. We get into
these ridiculous conversations about what a pig "says" in every
language represented in staff.

But just to demonstrate how hard some people around here work, I'll
tell some true stories. I take care of the voicemail at LINGUIST
(what a skill!). I called the voicemail one night at 2 am to change
the outgoing message. Someone answered the phone and was at the
office working! Another time, an editor came in from Europe jetlagged
at 9 pm, grabbed a quick beer at the local pub, then came into the
office to check e-mail and post issues. Editors go on vacations,
attend conferences, visit family, and will keep posting issues for
LINGUIST from some computer in a corner somewhere! (As I'm writing
this, it seems so pathetic!) We have fun, too, going to parties and
staying up late watching old movies and we celebrate a lot together.
The LINGUIST staff might be the tightest group of colleagues and it's
awesome to be part of it!

All in all, working for LINGUIST is great and I'm going to miss it
next year. Even that's a funny story -- my good friend James Yuells
reminded that I should say how many times I've thought I was "done"
working at LINGUIST. During at least three different semesters in my
MA program, I thought I was working for LINGUIST for my last few
months. Luckily, there has always been funding to last at least
another semester. So, I get to work for LINGUIST through this July,
right before I'm off to my PhD program this fall. Pretty cool. Thank
you very much for keeping me eating and going to classes throughout my
MA degree!

Heather Taylor

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To find out more about Heather, visit:

http://www.linguistlist.org/people/heather.html

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The LINGUIST List 'Just $5' Request

Please make a donation to LINGUIST, even if it's 'Just $5', and help
support students like Heather. It may be 'Just $5', but to us it makes
a world of difference.

DONATE - Don't Hesitate: http://linguistlist.org/donate.html

Instructions on How To Donate: http://linguistlist.org/donation.html
(or see the next message)

Thank you for your support.
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Message 3: How to Donate and the LINGUIST List Hall of Fame

Date: Sun, 06 Apr 2003 23:37:36 +0000
From: linguist <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: How to Donate and the LINGUIST List Hall of Fame

This year we hope to raise $50,000 to support the students who work on
LINGUIST List and keep the list running. Thank you from all the crew
for your support.

The LINGUIST List is under the umbrella of Eastern Michigan University
and as such can receive donations through the EMU Foundation, which is
a registered 501(c) Non Profit organization. Our Federal Tax number
is 38-6005986. These donations can be offset against your federal and
sometimes your state tax return (U.S. tax payers only). For more
information visit the IRS Web-Site, or contact your financial advisor.

Many companies also offer a gift matching scheme, such that they will
match any gift you make to a non-profit organization. Normally this
entails your contacting your human resources department and sending us
a form that the EMU Foundation fills in and returns to your employer.
This is generally a simple administrative procedure that doubles the
value of your gift to LINGUIST, without costing you an extra
penny. Please take a moment to check if your company operates such a
scheme.

HOW TO DONATE

You can make a contribution by selecting one of three convenient
payment methods: secure credit card form, check, or wire transfer.
You can also PLEDGE your support to LINGUIST and pay later, i.e. send
in a check. Also, if you do not want to use a credit card, but wish to
pay in a currency other than US Dollars, you can donate via our
European bank account held in Switzerland. See below for details:

SECURE CREDIT CARD FORM: 
http://linguistlist.org/donate.html

CHECK: 
Please make checks payable to 'The LINGUIST List Editorial Support
Fund'. The address is:

The LINGUIST Editorial Support Fund
Department of English Language and Literature
612 Pray Harrold
Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti
MI, 48197
U.S.A. 

WIRE TRANSFER: 
For details on how to transfer funds by wire, please contact LINGUIST
at the address donatelinguistlist.org. Both an American and a
European bank account are available.

PLEDGE NOW, PAY LATER: 
If you would like to make a pledge of support, please go to: 

http://linguistlist.org/donate.html


ALREADY PLEDGED:
If you have already pledged to LINGUIST and would now like to pay by
credit card, please go to:

http://linguistlist.org/creditcard-general.html

and select 'PAY PREVIOUS PLEDGE' as the Type of Payment from the
dropdown list provided.

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