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This May, Michael Wolfman’s essay “Parallelism in Language: A Cross-Linguistic Analysis of English and Indonesian” appears in The Classic, the Writing Intensive Program’s journal of undergraduate writing and research.

The Department of Linguistics congratulates our Spring and Summer 2020 graduates! We have 21 students completing our undergraduate degree program and 3 who are receiving their Ph.D. degrees. Please see below for profiles of some of our graduating students.

Thanks to a generous endowment created by Michael H. and Nancy E. Scarbrough, the Department of Linguistics was able to offer funding to support undergraduate research projects.

Congratulations to Dot-Eum (Rachel) Kim for successfully defending her QP2 entitled “Korean Americans: [+back] on the B/OW/T”. Rachel’s committee was impressed with her solid and compelling research regarding the speech of Korean Americans in Georgia.

Congratulations to Linguistics Ph.D. Candidate, Mike Olsen, for being selected to receive a Graduate School Dissertation Completion Award for the 2020-2021 academic year.

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Your donations to the Department of Linguistics will support research and travel opportunities for students and faculty and other initiatives to enhance students' education in linguistics. Please consider joining other friends and alumni who have shown their support by making a gift to our fund. We greatly appreciate your contributions to the success of our programs!  

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