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2018 Study Abroad in Shanghai

Our Study Abroad program in Shanghai was a big success! Students were immersed in the Chinese language and culture in the biggest city of China, at the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology (USST). They made friends with local Chinese students, toured the best of China's traditional architecture and gardens, museums, and galleries, and witnessed the amazing development of China's modernization. Check out some pictures and testimonies here:


2018 WECOL (West Coast Conference on Linguistics): Call for papers

The Department of Linguistics at California State University Fresno will be hosting the Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL), November 30- December 2, 2018 in Fresno, California. Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks (with 10 minutes for discussion) or poster presentations on any aspects of theoretical, experimental, documentary, or computational linguistics.

Abstracts must be limited to 500 words, with one extra page for examples, figures, tables, and references. The format of the abstract should follow the guidelines below:

  • Title centered at top of page, in bold, in sentence case.
  • Including word count at the end of the abstract.
  • Anonymous: authors’ names and affiliations should not be indicated anywhere on the abstract pages.
  • Filename: lastname_firstname.pdf

Abstracts should be uploaded to EASY CHAIR SITE: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=wecol2018.

The deadline for abstract submission is Sunday, September 2, 2018.

Key dates of the conference:

Date
July 16 Abstract Submission Ope
Sept 2 Abstract Deadline
Oct 15 Abstract Notification
Nov 30-Dec 2 Conference

Conference website: https://easychair.org/cfp/WECOL2018  

Linguistics receives StarTalk grant to teach Chinese to school children

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Linguistics Department research helps preserve endangered languages

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Research studies across campus apply to real-world issues

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Linguistics students rise to Bold Ideas challenge

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New forensic linguistics textbook is the first of its kind

Dr. Gerald R. McMenamin, a professor emeritus from the Department of Linguistics at Fresno State, has written a course book that is the first of its kind.

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