LINGUIST List 32.3488
Thu Nov 04 2021
FYI: Slides of Presentations ''How to Apply to Graduate School'' in Linguistics, SLP, Audiology and Psychology
Editor for this issue: Everett Green <everettlinguistlist.org>
Isabelle Barriere <intersectionlinglangcult
Slides of Presentations ''How to Apply to Graduate School'' in Linguistics, SLP, Audiology and Psychology E-mail this message to a friend
The NSF-Research Experience for Undergraduates ‘Intersection of Linguistics, Language and Culture’ (ILLC) workshop on ‘Applying to Graduate School’ was held online on Sunday October 17 2021. In line with the objective of the NSF-REU site that is to increase diversity in the body of research in linguistics and speech-language-hearing-communication sciences and among researchers and practitioners in the field, much information is relevant to members of under-represented groups in higher education.
The slides of the presentations (incl. information on admission criteria, how to select a program that matches individual student interests and educational journey, funding and career opportunities) as well as additional material on how to fund graduate studies are available, until March 31 2022, to all who complete a short survey: https://undergrad-language-research.org/grad-application-workshop/
What participants say about the workshop…
“This is a lot of information to process. However everything is precise and interesting. I’m glad the slides will be available to us. I am sure I will go over them numerous times throughout my academic career. I don’t think I’ve had this much useful information presented to me in my entire life! Thank you all!”
“It is rare to find workshops that discuss varying disciplines and with so many professionals presenting and giving advice so it was great to see that.”
Funded by Grant #: 2050922 awarded to Isabelle Barriere/PI and Jonathan Nissenbaum/PI, from the National Science Foundation and US Department of Defense Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) ASSURE program.
Linguistic Field(s): Discipline of Linguistics
Page Updated: 04-Nov-2021