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Rachel Burdin wins Melton Fellowship

April 22, 2014
Rachel Burdin

Congratulations are due to Rachel Burdin, who has been awarded the Samuel M. Melton Graduate Fellowship in Jewish Studies for the coming academic year. The award provides $15,600 over twelve months, plus a $600 travel stipend.


Terrific news, Rachel!

Rory Turnbull wins Presidential Fellowship

April 22, 2014
Rory Turnbull

Congratulations are due to Rory Turnbull, who has been awarded a Presidential Fellowship in support of his dissertation research, titled "Assessing the listener-oriented account of predictability-based phonetic reduction." The Presidential Fellowship is the most prestigious award given by the Gra

Emily Clem to attend UC Berkeley

April 17, 2014
Oxley Hall

Congratulations to honors Linguistics graduating senior Emily Clem, who was admitted with funding to all five graduate programs to which she applied, and has chosen to attend the University of California at Berkeley next year.

It's the kind of news we love to hear, Emily!

Haley Koman and Carrissa Barron with scholarship

April 17, 2014
Linguistics at OSU

Congratulations to linguistics undergraduates Haley Koman and Carrissa Barron, who have each been awarded a Wolfe Study Abroad Scholarship to study in South Korea.  The Wolfe Scholarships are administered by the Office of International Affairs, and provide $2,500 for selected OSU students wh

Brian Joseph wins conference project grant

April 11, 2014
Picture of Brian Joseph

Congratulations to Brian Joseph, who with Dorry Noyes has been awarded $8,000 by the Provost’s Oversight Committee through the Mershon Center for International Security Studies for a conference project, “Sustainable Pluralism: Linguistic and Cultural Resilience in Multiethnic Societies.”

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