Study, work, internships, or volunteer experiences abroad can greatly enrich a major or minor in linguistics. Many students report that it is the highlight of their college career. We urge you to take advantage of one or more of the hundreds of opportunities available worldwide.
Find general learning abroad information, including programs available, advising, financial aid and scholarships, policies and procedures, and application materials at the Learning Abroad Center.
For information specifically on learning abroad for linguistics majors and minors see the Study Abroad Major Advising Sheet (this links to the SAMAS page not the PDF).
Early planning and systematic consultation with advisers in the Learning Abroad Center and the department is key to assuring you:
Director of Undergraduate Studies
S314 Elliott Hall
Spring advising hours:
Tuesdays, 2:00 – 3:00
Thursdays, 10:00am – 12:00pm
LSA 2014 Annual Meeting
Three of our Linguistics undergrads have been selected to give talks at the LSA 2014 Annual Meeting, held in Minneapolis this January. Carolyn Spadine will be presenting “Circumstantial voice and aspect in Malagasy”, Andrew Hedding and Hannah Sande will be presenting “Geminates and weight in Amharic”, and Maria Stolen will be presenting “Fixed aspect in Amharic Conditionals” which she co-authored with Professor Claire Halpert.
Talle Family Scholarships (2013-2014)
Congratulations to our student Christopher Hammerly! Chris has been awarded a Talle Family Scholarship, which provides full tuition support for his senior year. Read more.
Selmer Birkelo Scholarship for 2013-2014
Congratulations to our undergraduate student Mary Elson! Mary was awarded the prestigious Selmer Birkelo scholarship for 2013-2014. The scholarship was awarded on the basis of academic merit, and only 18 students in CLA were awarded the scholarship for 2013-2014. The recipients receive up to $4000.