Congratulations to Marie Catherine de Marneffe, whose paper, 'The life and death of discourse entities: Identifying singleton mentions' with Marta Recasens and Chris Potts won the best short paper award at the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (NAACL) 2013.
Congratulations to Julie McGory, who has been awarded a Staff Professional Development Grant from the College of Arts and Sciences and the ASC Staff Advisory Council to attend a conference on academic assessment in Lexington, KY.
Congratulations to Eric Ruppe, OSU Linguistics MA, 2013, who has accepted the position of French immersion teacher at Meadow Glen Middle School in Lexington, SC.
Terrific news, Eric!
Congratulations to Brian Joseph and his faculty group, with members from Slavic, History, and English, who have been awarded a $175,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to organize a John E.
Congratulations are due to Jeff Holliday, who chose from multiple offers, and in the end accepted a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Second Language Studies at Indiana University in Bloomington. Terrific news. Best wishes, Jeff.
Marivic Lesho and Michelle Dionisio are this year's winners of the GTA Awards. Marivic won the last-ever 300-level teaching award, and Michelle won the last-ever 200-level teaching award. Congratulations to both of you!