Congratulations to Mike Cahill, OSU Linguistics PhD 1999, on his new book, “Developing Orthographies for Unwritten Languages,” co-edited with Keren Rice. Mike recommends the following links for a more extensive description:
Congratulations are due to Rachel Burdin, Jane Mitsch and Pat Reidy, who have each received a Ray Travel Award of $750 to help defray the cost of conference travel. Jane will travel to Finland for the Association of Borderland Studies World Conference in Joensuu (also St.
Congratulations to Adam Royer, who has been awarded a $500.00 Undergraduate Research Small Grant from the division of Arts and Humanities in the College of Arts and Sciences to partially defray costs of travel to Dublin, Ireland for the 7th Conference on Speech Prosody. He is co-author with
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!
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