LINGUIST List 9.384

Sat Mar 14 1998

Confs: 11th CUNY Conf on Human Sentence Processing

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Message 1: CUNY conference next week

Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1998 16:14:41 -0500
From: CUNY '98 Conference <cunyruccs.rutgers.edu>
Subject: CUNY conference next week


This is a reminder that the 11th Annual CUNY Conference on Human
Sentence Processing will be held March 19-21, hosted by Rutgers
University in New Brunswick, New Jersy.

The conference program begins at 1:00pm on March 19th, with the
registration desk opening at 11:00am. All conference activities will
be held in the Hyatt Regency, New Brunswick.

The special session on "The Lexical Basis of Syntactic Processing:
Formal and Computational Issues" will be held Friday, March 20th,
beginning at 8:50am.

For more information, including the detailed conference program of
talks and posters, see http://ruccs.rutgers.edu/cuny98

We gratefully acknowledge our generous sponsors:

 Rutgers University
 Center for Cognitive Science
 Laboratory for Language and Cognition
 Department of Computer Science
 Faculty of Arts and Science

 National Science Foundation

 City University of New York
 Linguistics Program

 The Ohio State University
 Center for Cognitive Science

 University of Pennsylvania
 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science

 University of Rochester
 Center for the Sciences of Language

 University of Southern California

 Gordon W. Wilcox, Ph.D.


Suzanne Stevenson
CUNY '98 Organizing Committee
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