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Message 1: New PhD program in Linguistics

Date: Tue, 06 Oct 92 09:53:44 EDNew PhD program in Linguistics
From: Dan Finer <DFINERCCVM.sunysb.edu>
Subject: New PhD program in Linguistics


 STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT STONY BROOK
 PHD PROGRAM IN LINGUISTICS

The Department of Linguistics of the State University of New
York at Stony Brook has recently been authorized by the
State of New York to award the PhD degree in Linguistics.
The program is designed to prepare students for advanced
research in linguistic theory as well as its applications.
The Department currently has eight faculty members, and we
expect to make at least one new appointment for the Fall of
1993. In addition, there are eight associated faculty
members from other departments who offer cross-listed
courses in the program.

FACULTY
Frank Anshen (PhD New York University) Associate Professor.
 Sociolinguistics, morphology.
Mark Aronoff (PhD Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
 Professor and Chair. Morphology, orthography.
Ellen Broselow (PhD University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
 Associate Professor. Phonology, phonetics, second
 language acquisition.
Daniel L. Finer (PhD University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
 Associate Professor. Syntax, semantics, language
 acquisition.
Dorit Kaufmann (PhD SUNY, Stony Brook) Assistant Professor.
 Language acquisition and attrition, language
 education.
Richard K. Larson (PhD University of Wisconsin) Associate
 Professor. Semantics, syntax.
Kamal K. Sridhar (PhD University of Illinois) Associate
 Professor. Sociolinguistics, English in the
 international context, applied linguistics.
S.N. Sridhar (PhD University of Illinois) Associate
 Professor. Psycholinguistics, bilingualism, applied
 linguistics.
One new appointment beginning Fall 1993 in phonetics and
phonology

ASSOCIATED FACULTY
Christina Y. Bethin (PhD University of Illinois) Associate
 Professor, Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages
 and Literatures. Slavic linguistics, phonology.
Susan Brennan (PhD Stanford) Assistant Professor, Department
 of Psychology. Psycholinguistics, psychology of
 language.
Robert Hoberman (PhD University of Chicago) Associate
 Professor, Department of Comparative Studies. Semitic
 linguistics, phonology.
Flora Klein-Andreu (PhD Columbia University) Associate
 Professor, Department of Hispanic Languages and
 Literature. Hispanic linguistics, language evolution
 and variation.
Peter Ludlow (PhD Columbia University) Assistant Professor,
 Department of Philosophy. Semantics, philosophy of
 language, philosophy of linguistics.
Lori Repetti (PhD University of California, Los Angeles)
 Assistant Professor, Department of French and Italian.
 Romance linguistics, phonology.
Louise Vasvari (PhD University of California, Berkeley)
 Professor, Department of Comparative Studies. Romance
 philology, contrastive analysis, translation theory.
David S. Warren (PhD University of Michigan) Professor,
 Department of Computer Science. Computational
 linguistics, logic programming.

FACILITIES
The Department of Linguistics and the Department of Computer
Science operate a joint Semantics Laboratory containing four
NeXT Unix Stations, currently devoted to research projects
in semantics and natural language computation. The
department also houses a Phonetics Laboratory with equipment
for spectral analysis, waveform analysis, pitch tracking,
and speech synthesis.

OTHER PROGRAMS
In addition to the PhD in Linguistics, the Department also
offers the MA in Teaching English to Speakers of Other
Languages (TESOL) and the Doctor of Arts in Foreign Language
Instruction, with a concentration in TESOL.

FINANCIAL AID
Financial assistance is available in the form of
assistantships, fellowships, and tuition scholarships. There
are special opportunities for students of African American,
Hispanic, or Native American background.

DEADLINES
For best consideration, applications for fall admission and financial aid
should be received by February 1.

LOCATION
Stony Brook is located on the wooded north shore of Long
Island, approximately 60 miles east of Manhattan and 60
miles west of Montauk Point, convenient to New York City's
cultural life as well as Long Island's ocean beaches.
Regular ferry service mediates between New England and the
neighboring village of Port Jefferson.

FURTHER INFORMATION
For further information and application materials, contact
 Director of Graduate Studies
 Department of Linguistics
 State University of New York at Stony Brook
 Stony Brook, NY 11794-4376
 Phone: (516) 632-7777
 e-mail: lingdeptccmail.sunysb.edu
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