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Adam Royer wins 3rd place at Denman

March 31, 2014
Adam Royer at the Denman

Congratulations to Adam Royer, who has won 3rd place in his category at the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum for his poster, "Effects of Regional Dialect on Word-Final Consonant Voicing." Adam's research advisor is Cynthia Clopper.


Excellent news, Adam.

Evan Jaffe wins Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences fellowship

March 31, 2014
Evan Jaffe

Congratulations to Evan Jaffe, whose project, 'A Novel Word Space Model for Measuring Semantic Similarity' has been awarded a summer fellowship in the amount of $4,800 from OSU's Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences (CCBS).  Faculty sponsors for the project include William Schuler, Eric F

Rachel Burdin Wins a Melton Center Travel Grant

March 19, 2014
Photo of Rachel Burdin.

Congratulations to Rachel Burdin, who has won a Melton Center Travel Grant to help defray the costs of her trip to Paris for the 10th Congress of the European Association for Jewish Studies (EAJS).

New Positions for Abby Walker and Katie Carmichael

March 19, 2014
Historical books.

We are delighted to announce that sociolinguists Abby Walker and Katie Carmichael have both taken positions as tenure-track Assistant Professors of English at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) in Blacksburg, Virginia.

Congratulations to Bob Levine

February 26, 2014
Photo of Bob Levine.

Bob Levine has been elected to serve on the University Senate and the Faculty Council as an alternate representing the election district of the College of Arts and Sciences. He will serve a two-year term, AU2014 - SP2016. Congratulations Bob.

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