The Department of Linguistics at the University of Connecticut is a leading center for theoretical research in generative grammar, and for experimental research on child language acquisition.
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We are pleased to announce that three of our graduate students have been recognized and awarded stipends for this year’s Isabelle Y. Liberman Award, which is intended to recognize and encourage young researchers who are investigating topics relating to Isabelle Y. Liberman’s interests. Emma Nguyen received the award for her work on “The link between […][Read More]
Ksenia Bogomolets successfully defended her dissertation titled “Lexical Accent in Languages with Complex Morphology“ on July 20th. Congratulations, Ksenia! Dr. Bogomolets with her committee:[Read More]
Paula Fenger successfully defended her dissertation titled “Words within Words: The Internal Syntax of Verbs“ on June 29th. Congratulations, Paula! Dr. Fenger with her committee:[Read More]
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