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Message 1: Linguist fellowships

Date: Tue, 14 Dec 93 10:47:58 HOLinguist fellowships
From: The LINGUIST Moderators <linguisttamsun.tamu.edu>
Subject: Linguist fellowships

As some of you know, LINGUIST is sponsoring 2 graduate
fellowships next year, one at Eastern Michigan University and one
at Texas A&M. These fellowships are funded by your generous
contributions to the LINGUIST Development Fund; and the
recipients will be expected to work for a number of hours a week
during the award period (Fall 1994 through Summer 1995) as Assistant
Editors of LINGUIST.

The recipients will each receive approximately $4000 in financial
support, with the possibility of renewal for a second year. In
addition, they will receive either partial or full tuition waivers,
gain valuable experience in the use of the UNIX operating system
and electronic mail, make numerous professional contacts via electronic
networks, and learn linguistics by participation in discussions among
students and active professionals.

Though LINGUIST is based in the USA, applications from other
countries are both welcome and encouraged. The applicant must, of
course, have a thorough command of English in order to edit
successfully.

The deadline for applications is March 15, 1994.

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AT EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY: The recipient will receive
$4000 plus a full tuition waiver for 1 year for study in
general/theoretical linguistics in EMU's Master of Arts program
in English with a concentration in English Linguistics.
Inquiries and requests for application materials should be
addressed to:

 Prof. Daniel T. Seely
 Graduate Advisor in Linguistics
 Department of English Language and Literature
 Eastern Michigan University
 Ypsilanti, MI 48197
 USA

 (email: eng_seelyemunix.emich.edu)

AT TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY: The recipient will receive resident
status, which will lower fees to the same level as is paid by Texas
Residents. Texas A&M awards an MA and a Ph.D. in English with a
concentration in linguistics. Inquiries and requests for application
materials should be addressed to:

 Prof. Clint Machann
 Graduate Program
 Dept. of English
 Texas A&M University
 College Station, TX 77843-4227
 USA

Email requests for information may be addressed to Prof. Barbara
Johnstone, at the address <bcjtamuts.tamu.edu>

Please include your snail-mail address with e-mail requests for
information.
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