linguistics department


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Synonyms for linguistics department

the academic department responsible for teaching and research in linguistics

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Switching over to the university's linguistics department, he went on to earn an M.
So when she first approached her Canadian Studies department with this proposition, they said they would contact the linguistics department and have them write up a test for her to do.
At Yale, retrenchments have prompted administrators to plan an 11 percent cutback in faculty, a merging of three engineering departments into one, and the elimination of the entire linguistics department.
The Language and Linguistics department required a solution which will potentially use a thin client device, which could also record oral practicals for review and assessment - the bi-directional recording function from vWorkspace fully meets this requirement.
Konnerth, 27, came from her home in Munich, Germany, in 2006, to study in the UO linguistics department.
Rector NUML Maj General (Retd) Masood Hassan was the Chief Guest and Director General Azam Jamal, Dean and Head of Faculty of English Language, Literature and Applied Linguistics Department attended the Cultural Gala.
Rector NUML Maj General (Retd) Masood Hasan was the Chief Guest and Director General Azam Jamal, Dean and Head of Faculty of English Language, Literature and Applied Linguistics Department attended the Cultural Gala.
This volume arose from a project and a 2007 conference and a 2006 workshop based at the linguistics department of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig.
Napoli is head of the linguistics department at Swarthmore College, and she uses many Persian and Arabic words in the text; a glossary is appended.
The East Asian Studies department will close in 2007, along with the Linguistics department, as part of the pounds 8.
Van Valin, chair of the Linguistics Department at the State University of New York at Buffalo spoke on the significance of SIL's descriptions of languages to linguistic scholars.
Thomas Roeper of the University's linguistics department and Dr.
Vince Vannelli, former head of Inktomi's Network Products Division is now chairman of the board; advisory Board members include John Seely Brown, former director of Xerox PARC and currently Chief Scientist of Xerox, Stan Peters, chairman of the Stanford Linguistics Department, John Page, founder of Software Publishing, and Sam Prather, former head of engineering at Commerce One.
The UO's linguistics department established a relationship with the university in 2001 as a result of a visit by the head of the linguistics department and the vice provost for academic affairs.
Scott Delancey of the linguistics department is director of the Northwest Indigenous Languages Institute, which is working to help revitalize indigenous languages of Oregon.