LINGUIST List 25.1298|
Mon Mar 17 2014
Calls: Romance, General Linguistics/USA
Editor for this issue: Anna White
From: Karen Miller <kxm80psu.edu>
Subject: Penn State Undergraduate Exhibition in Hispanic and General Linguistics (PSUxLing)
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Full Title: Penn State Undergraduate Exhibition in Hispanic and General Linguistics (PSUxLing)
Short Title: PSUxLing
Date: 03-Oct-2014 - 03-Oct-2014
Location: University Park, PA, USA
Contact Person: Karen Miller
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://psuxling.weebly.com
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Language Family(ies): Romance
Call Deadline: 15-May-2014
Penn State is excited to announce the first Penn State Undergraduate Exhibition in Hispanic and General Linguistics (PSUxLing) to be held at Penn State - University Park on Friday, Oct. 3, 2014.
PSUxLing is dedicated to promoting excellence in undergraduate research in all fields of linguistics and aims to bring together undergraduate linguists from across the country to present their research. High quality undergraduate linguistics research projects will be showcased at a two-hour poster session where undergraduates will gain experience in and learn about research in the language sciences.
Dr. Rosa Guzzardo Tamargo, Universidad de Puerto Rico-Río Piedras
Dr. John Lipski, The Pennsylvania State University
PSUxLing Travel Award:
Four travel stipends of $500 each will be awarded to students with the most exceptional abstracts.
Call for Papers:
We invite undergraduate students to submit up to one single-authored and one jointly authored abstract for consideration. Abstracts should be 350-500 words, not including references, and should be submitted through the conference website (psuxling.weebly.com). Abstract submission deadline is May 15. Notification of acceptance will be sent out early July. Please visit the conference website for more information or to contact members of the PSUxLing organizing committee.
PSUxLing Organizing Committee:
Mary Beth Spang
Karen Miller (Faculty Advisor)
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