Congratulations to Mary Beckman, who has won the Anneliese Maier Research Award from the Alexander von Humbolt Foundation. Award winners are those whose scientific achievements have been internationally recognized.
Congratulations are due to Jefferson Barlew, who has been awarded a 2013-2014 Arts & Humanities Graduate Research Small Grant to defray costs associated with continuing his research on the Bulu Reference project.
Terrific news, Jefferson.
Congratulations are due to Professors Craige Roberts and Judith Tonhauser (with David Beaver and Mandy Simons) whose paper, "Toward a taxonomy of projective content" (Language 89.1, 2013), has been selected to receive the Linguistic Society of America's Best Paper in Language Award.
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
Congratulations to Adam Royer, who has been awarded a $6000 Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Research Scholarship for his research proposal (Advisor: Cynthia Clopper), "Effects of Speaking Style and Regional Dialect on Word-Final Obstruent Devoicing".
Congratulations are due to Michael de Matto, who has been awarded a $4500 Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Research Scholarship for his honors BA thesis research proposal (Advisor: Andrea Sims): "Seeking universality: Examining the cross-linguistic processing of word structure".