Our department is celebrating the 40th Linguistics Colloquium on Saturday, April 29th, and to commemorate this special year, we are doing a series of email Q&As with alumni and faculty to commemorate it.
Will you participate? If yes, please answer the following questions in the reply section of this post or email your response to sdsu.lsa [at] gmail.com. We plan on showing excerpts of the collected Q&As at the colloquium as a slideshow.
- What is your full name?
2. When did you graduate from the linguistics program? (Class of ___?)
3. Did you graduate with a degree in General or Applied Linguistics?
4. Where are you now and what do you do for a living?
5. Where has your degree taken you? I.e. What have you done since you obtained your linguistics degree?
6. What did you most like about studying linguistics? Share with us any fond memories you have from your time in the program.
7. Any words or encouragement / academic / career advice to current students in our department?
8. Will you email a photo of yourself? To: sdsu.lsa [at] gmail.com
9. And we plan on showing a slideshow of photos at the colloquium, so if you also have photos from your time at SDSU, please share along with photo captions so we can consider using them.
Thank you very much!
Public Relations Officer of Linguistics Student Association at SDSU (sdsu.lsa [at] gmail.com)
MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Our annual colloquium date and place is set!
Saturday, April 29th 2017, 9AM-4PM
@ Scripps Cottage, San Diego State University
Featuring Dr. Joan Bybee, Professor of Linguistics at the University of New Mexico and SDSU alumna
Stay posted for a call for abstracts at the beginning of next semester.
2020 Vision: Embracing the Past—Planning the Future
CATESOL 2016 Annual Conference
Town and Country Resort & Convention Center
San Diego, CA | November 17-20, 2016
Presentations by our emeritus professor, alumnus, and peer:
Friday, November 18 • 11:00am
Saturday, November 19 • 8:50am
Click here to download the flyer: brown-bag-lunch-flyer
Inviting all students and faculty of SDSU:
A Brown Bag Lunch Hour with Dr. Rob Malouf, hosted by the Linguistics Student Association
When: Monday, Nov 21, 1-2pm
Location: Storm Hall 119
Bring over your own lunch and join us to learn about Dr. Malouf’s research on inflectional morphology as a complex adaptive system!
The Halloween Party is a chance for linguistics undergrads, grads, and faculty to get together, build relationships and share ideas in an informal context. An annual event put on by the Linguistics Student Association, this year’s party will feature clever costumes, plenty of snacks, games, and dancing. What else is there to say? It’s a party! Come, have fun, and bring your significant other or friend! – LSA
The first LSA meeting of the semester will be held September 18th in Storm Hall West 237 (the Linguistics Conference Room). You do not have to be a linguistics major to attend–all are welcome.
Agenda discussion points:
LSA officer proposals
LSA event proposals