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LINGUIST List 22.5017

Tue Dec 13 2011

Internships: Lang Tech, Comp Ling: Undergraduate Intern, Carnegie Mellon U

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        1.     Michael Bett , Language Technology, Computational Linguistics , Psycholinguistics: Undergraduate Intern, Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center, Carnegie Mellon University, USA


Message 1: Language Technology, Computational Linguistics , Psycholinguistics: Undergraduate Intern, Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Date: 12-Dec-2011
From: Michael Bett <mbettcs.cmu.edu>
Subject: Language Technology, Computational Linguistics , Psycholinguistics: Undergraduate Intern, Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
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University or Organization: Carnegie Mellon University - Learnlab
Department: HCII
Web Address: http://www.learnlab.org

Type of Work: Annotation

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                            Computational Linguistics
                            Psycholinguistics

Duration: 04-Jun-2012 to 27-Jul-2012
Compensation: Paid: $4000 for 8 weeks
Internship Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Minimum Education Level: No Minimum
Special Qualifications: Although students from other years may apply, this opportunity is most fitting for a student at the end of the junior year of undergraduate studies.

Description:
LearnLab, formerly known as the Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center (PSLC), at Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh has an exciting summer research opportunity available to undergraduate students. This program encourages applications from students who would like to do research in the fields of psychology, education, computer science, human-computer interfaces and language technologies. LearnLab's program provides support for talented undergraduates to spend 8 weeks during the summer working in a research laboratory at Carnegie Mellon University or the University of Pittsburgh. The program aims to encourage the participation of underrepresented students in our graduate programs and to make LearnLab's programs more visible to students not traditionally exposed to our fields. The program supports LearnLab's commitment to training a diverse set of science, technology, education, and psychology leaders. Applications will be considered from eligible students without regard to gender, race, or ethnicity. Applications are encouraged from students who wish to work in a modern academic research laboratory under the guidance of experienced scientists and engineers and experiment in real classroom environments. The program will expose students to the excitement and opportunities of a research career. This experience will provide excellent preparation for students interested in subsequently pursuing a Masters or Ph.D. degree. For more information, please read the full announcement here: http://www.learnlab.org/opportunities/PSLC_summer_internship.php

Application Deadline: 15-Feb-2012

Mailing Address for Applications:
Ms. Jo Bodnar
LearnLab - Summer Internship Program/ Carnegie Mellon University
3526 Newell-Simon Hall - HCII
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
USA

Email Address for Applications:
Contact Information:
Ms. Jo Bodnar
Email: jobodnarcs.cmu.edu
Phone: (412)268-6162


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