Congratulations are due to Bethany Toma (advisor: Judith Tonhauser), to whom the Arts and Sciences Honors Committee has given two awards: a $4,500 Undergraduate Research Scholarship and a $2,000 International Research Grant for her excellent research proposal to study the syntax, semantics and pr
Congratulations are due to Cynthia Johnson, who has successfully defended her Presidential fellowship-funded dissertation research, Deconstructing and Reconstructing Semantic Agreement: A Case Study of Multiple Antecedent Agreement in Indo-European (advisor Brian Joseph).
Congratulations are due to Anastasia Smirnova (PhD 2011), who has accepted a two-year visiting Assistant Research Professor position at the University of Michigan. The position will focus on formal semantics and language contact. Terrific news, Anastasia!
Congratulations to Cynthia Johnson, who has been awarded a Presidential Fellowship from the Graduate School to conduct her dissertation research, "A historical and comparative account of semantic and syntactic agreement in Indo-European." The fellowship provides twelve months of stipen