Come and see the cool things our alumni are doing with their linguistics degrees.
A talk by WWU LING alum Samantha Wray.
A talk by WWU alum Chris Carignan
It's not as if researchers can very well build a TIME MACHINE in order to visit the past and gather data about the interaction between a speaker and listener… or can we?
A virtual talk by Western alum Dr. Elizabeth Goodin-Mayeda
Visiting scholar Dr. Mari Nygård will discuss implicit and explicit grammatical competence among Norwegian students.
This talk explores the intersections of linguistics and language revitalization, drawing on the perspectives of stakeholders and practitioners in both fields.
Dr. Jordan Sandoval, an Assistant Professor in Western’s Linguistics Department, will present “tough, cough, through, bough: What a linguist has to say about why English spelling is so weird."
Are you interested in how linguistics is utilized in tech fields? Come hear what it’s like to be an “industry linguist”!
Applying for a job? Graduate school? Scholarships? Join us and learn how to market your LINGUISTICS education for the future of your dreams.
Dr. Virginia Dawson, an Associate Professor in Western’s Linguistics Department, will present “Did you really say that? What a linguist has to say about literal and non-literal meaning.”
Trans knowledges and gender-just pedagogies in the language classroom: More than language forms alone
Are you considering a career in education? Join us at our Linguistics in Education Career Panel.
Featuring the research of Western Washington University Assistant Professor of Modern and Classical Languages Sheryl Bernardo-Hinesley
Featuring the research of Western alum Lauren Schneider
Featuring the research of Schuyler Laparle of University of California – Berkeley.
Featuring the research of Western alum Aron Finholt
Featuring the research of Western Washington University Assistant Professor of Linguistics Virginia Dawson.
Featuring the research of Western Washington University Assistant Professor of Modern and Classical Languages R. Mata