LINGUIST List 25.4854

Tue Dec 02 2014

Support: General Linguistics / USA

Editor for this issue: Danuta Allen <>

Date: 02-Dec-2014
From: Gita Martohardjono <>
Subject: General Linguistics: PhD Student, City University of New York Graduate Center, USA
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Department: Linguistics
Web Address:

Level: PhD

Institution/Organization: City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center

Duties: Research,Teaching,Project Work

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics


The Linguistics Program at the CUNY Graduate Center offers 5-year fellowships at the Ph.D. level, covering tuition and a $25,000 stipend per year. The Program prepares students for careers in scientific research, teaching, private industry and public planning. To this end, we offer coursework, laboratory experience, and research supervision in Theoretical, Experimental, Descriptive and Applied Linguistics. All graduate students work closely with faculty members of their choice.
Our faculty members are internationally recognized for their research expertise in many areas including:
- Bilingualism and Multilingualism;
- Computational Linguistics;
- Endangered Languages;
- First Language Acquisition;
- Historical Linguistics;
- Linguistic Typology;
- Morphology;
- Neurolinguistics;
- Phonetics and Laboratory Phonology;
- Phonology;
- Psycholinguistics;
- Second Language Acquisition;
- Semantics;
- sentence processing;
- Sociolinguistics;
- Syntax.

Research opportunities are available in various laboratories and research initiatives. At the Graduate Center students can work in / on:
- The Audio-Aligned and Parsed Corpus of Appalachian English Project;
- The Endangered Language Initiative;
- The Project on Spanish in New York City;
- The Psycholinguistics Laboratory;
- The Research Institute for the Study of Language in Urban Society;
- The Second Language Acquisition Laboratory.

In addition, there are several other laboratories directed by Program faculty and housed in affiliated departments across CUNY. New York City is now considered one of the most linguistically diverse places on earth. Could there be a better place to study linguistics? Come see and hear for yourself! Visit us at:

How to Apply:
Visit the application website for details.

Applications Deadline: 15-Dec-2014

Web Address for Applications:

Contact Information:
        Dr. Gita Martohardjono

Page Updated: 02-Dec-2014