New M.S. in Computational Linguistics

From: Anna Feldman

I’m a professor of Linguistics and Computer Science at Montclair State University. We’re launching a new degree here at Montclair and I thought some of your majors/minors might be interested in it. I’m attaching a flyer and some info below.

Here’s the link to the new program: https://www.montclair.edu/graduate/programs-of-study/computational-linguistics-ms/

We have a  number of Graduate Assistantship positions, which will be awarded on a competitive basis.

We are also organizing a webinar new week:
Computational Linguistics (MS) Webinar – Register Now
Event date and time: Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 1:00 PM (ET)

Flyer here

MA Program in Linguistics at Syracuse

Institution/Organization: Syracuse University
Department: Languages, Literatures & Linguistics
Web Address: http://lll.syr.edu/linguistics/graduate.html
Level: MA / MSc
Duties: Teaching
Specialty Areas: Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Clinical Linguistics; Discipline of Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Language Documentation; Linguistic Theories

Description:
Teaching Assistantships are still available in TESOL/TLOTE, Linguistics, Spanish, French, Chinese, and Japanese for the support of Master of Arts students beginning study in Fall 2019 in the Linguistic Studies Program at Syracuse University. Language Teaching Assistants must have native-like command of the language they teach. Outstanding applicants who are not chosen for a Teaching Assistantship may instead be eligible to receive tuition credits toward the completion of their coursework.

The Linguistic Studies Program at Syracuse University offers a US Master of
Arts degree in any one of six concentrations: TESOL/TLOTE; Linguistic Theory;
Logic and Language; Information Representation and Retrieval; Language,
Culture, and Society; and Language Acquisition. The time of study is one and a
half to two years.

Admission to the Program is continuous; students are able to begin in Fall, Spring, or Summer semesters. Note, however, that it is preferable to begin in the Fall semester, given that courses which serve as prerequisites for Spring courses are typically offered in the Fall term.

Consult the Syracuse University Department of Languages, Literatures & Linguistics Graduate Study website at http://lll.syr.edu/graduate.html for further details. An application for admission to study in the MA Program is accessible here: http://lll.syr.edu/linguistics/faq.html. Please direct further questions to the Program’s general graduate advisor, Dr. Amanda Brown at abrown08@syr.edu. Note: these are not free-standing teaching positions but are, rather, awards to support students in a graduate program of study.

Application Deadline: 16-Jul-2019
Web Address for Applicationshttp://www.syracuse.edu/admissions/graduate/apply/?_ga=2.35290081.1713833411.1550338977-1376883759.1550338977

Contact Information:
Dr Amanda Brown
abrown08@syr.edu