Congratulations to Yuhan Lin, who has been awarded the Gordon P.K. Chu Memorial Scholarship for 2015-16. The scholarship is merit-based and provides $1,000 toward work in the Humanities, with preference for international students and projects that involve study abroad.
Congratulations are due to Jessi Jordan, who has been awarded a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowship to study Kiswahili at the University of Florida, Gainesville during the coming summer.
Congratulations are due to Alex Erdmann, who has been awarded a 2016 NSEP David L. Boren Fellowship. These fellowships allow graduate students to study less commonly taught languages in areas underrepresented in study abroad.
We are pleased to formally announce that The Ohio State University (OSU) has agreed to archive digital versions of the OSU Working Papers in Linguistics through the university's highly acclaimed Knowledge Bank.
Take a look at the story on English language teaching in “This Week - Community News” where you’ll see linguistics graduate student Martha Austen and undergraduate student Maureen Flanagan highlighted for their involvement in teaching English at the Long Lasting Community Development Association.
Nicole Holliday, a 2009 OSU alumna (Linguistics and Spanish double major), currently completing the PhD program in Linguistics at NYU, who has recently accepted a 2-year position as a Chau Mellon Postdoctoral Scholar at Pomona College, in Claremont, CA to begin July