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Lan Kim presents at Japanese/Korean Linguistics 23!

PhD candidate Lan Kim presented her research at Japanese/Korean Linguistics 23, which was held at MIT in Boston, MA from October 11-13. Her talk was titled "Suffer as not-at-issue meaning: evidence from affected experiencer constructions in Korean."

Lan Kim and Satoshi Tomioka present at WAFL 9!

PhD candidate Lan Kim and Professor Satoshi Tomioka presented their research at The 9th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics (WAFL9), which was held at August 23-25, 2013 at Cornell University. The title of their talk was "Decomposing the Give-type Benefactives in Korean and Japanese."

Welcome Students!

The department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science is growing!

We welcome 27 new undergraduate majors in Cognitive Science and 4 new undergradute majors in Linguistics. This brings the total number of undergraduates served by our department to 212.

We also welcome 10 new MA students in Linguistics and Cognitive Science and 7 new students in the Phd program in Linguistics, bringing the total number of graduate students to 42.

Welcome everyone!

 

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