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Sat Nov 18 2006

FYI: Live Webcast for Comp Ling MA at U of Washington

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        1.    Steven Moran, Live Webcast for Comp Ling MA at U of Washington


Message 1: Live Webcast for Comp Ling MA at U of Washington
Date: 18-Nov-2006
From: Steven Moran <stivu.washington.edu>
Subject: Live Webcast for Comp Ling MA at U of Washington


The Professional Master's Program in Computational Linguistics at the
University of Washington will be holding a live webcast info session today,
November 18th, from 1-2pm PST.

In the webcast, students from the program will be talking about their
current jobs and the preparation the CLMA program provided. Director Emily
Bender and Professors Will Lewis and Fei Xia will also give a brief
overview of the program (curriculum, enrollment options, etc.). Questions
from prospective students about post-graduation careers and the program in
general will be welcome via email and will be answered during the live
broadcast.

Instructions for accessing the webcast can be found at:

https://depts.washington.edu/llc/webcast.php

You will need QuickTime player to view the webcast. A stand alone version
can be downloaded from:

http://www.apple.com/au/quicktime/download/standalone.html

For more information about the Professional Master's program, please visit:

http://www.compling.washington.edu/

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

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