Syn-R-G (Syntax Reading Group)

The first meeting of UGA's syntax reading group (Syn-R-G) will be Thursday afternoon at 3:30 pm. The reading group is for those interested in reading and discussing articles which make use of modern syntactic theory (primarily minimalist theory). At this first meeting we will choose a day and time for meeting which will be good for all interested parties, as well as an article to be read for the next meeting, and discuss topics for future articles.

Phonetics and Phonology Reading Group

UGA Phonetics & Phonology Reading Group, Fall 2015 

At this meeting, we will discuss the attached article: Oder, Austin L., Cynthia G. Clopper & Sarah Hargus Ferguson. 2013. Effects of dialect on vowel acoustics and intelligibility. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 43(01). 23–35. 

The Phonetics & Phonology Reading Group will meet on Wednesday afternoons from 4:40 - 5:30pm in Gilbert Hall 141. 

Phonetics and Phonology Reading Group

UGA Phonetics & Phonology Reading Group, Fall 2015 

The Phonetics & Phonology Reading Group will meet on Wednesday afternoons from 4:40 - 5:30pm in Gilbert Hall 141. 

All who are interested in phonetics and/or phonology are welcome to attend, and to contribute ideas for readings and discussion. This semester we hope to read about cross-dialectal phonetic variation, phonetic analysis of large speech corpora, and other topics. 

Phonetics and Phonology RG Organizational Meeting

The Phonetics & Phonology Reading Group will hold an organizational meeting at 10:10am on Friday, August 21 in Gilbert Hall 141. 

All are welcome. Please bring ideas for articles or topics you’d like to explore during the semester. 

If you won’t be able to attend the meeting but are interested in the reading group, please email Peggy Renwick (mrenwick@uga.edu) to give scheduling input or be kept up to date.

TA First Meeting

This is the first meeting of this year's group of TAs. We gather to make sure that things will kick off to a good start. TAs: come prepared with your syllabus for the semester, and be ready to discuss any issues you may think of.

Linguistics Writing Group

This is an informal group that will provide support and feedback to anyone working on course papers, conference, QPs, Theses, or Disertations. We hope to offer a few workshops later on about filling out committee and program of study forms, writing abstracts for conferences, and hopefully Q&A sessions with more experienced people in the field (e.g. professors!).

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