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Congratulations to Samuel Liff! Thanks to a Hearst Opportunities Fund Scholarship award (for CUNY baccalaureate students), Samuel Liff presented his NSF-ILLC funded project at the second International Conference on Yiddish Language Structures (YiLaS 2), held at the University of Düsseldorf, Germany. … Continue reading
Congratulations to our current cohort for a number of acceptances to outstanding graduate programs! Melissa Baker has been accepted to the AudD program at the Long Island Audiology Consortium of Adelphi University. Chana Karp has been accepted to the Hunter … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce two more current-cohort conference presentations: Congratulations to Ann Kochuprakal, who presented a poster at LIU Discovery Day on April 24th, 2019 on the validity of a working memory test, part of her larger project on … Continue reading
A few of our current and former students presented at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NYSSLHA) in Albany, NY, May 2-5, 2019! Congratulations to alumna Daniella Shimoonov (2017-2018 cohort) and Chana Karp (2018-2019), who presented a poster on Hebrew-English … Continue reading
Congratulations to Melissa Baker, Deema Farraj, Linda Fauz, Paris Green, and Libby Pollak, who presented at the Hunter Linguistics and Language Studies Conference (HULLS), at Hunter College in New York, NY, on May 4, 2019. Photos below! HULLS
We are pleased to announce that Yerania Poline presented a poster on her program project, titled The Comprehension of Subject-Verb Agreement in Dominican Spanish-Speaking Preschoolers, at the 6th Annual Language, Linguistics and Life Conference at Temple University in Philadelphia, on … Continue reading
Congratulations to Moné Skratt Henry, who presented at the Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference in STEM, a conference for undergraduate and graduate students from under-represented minorities in Higher Education! It was held in February, in Washington, DC, and Moné’s paper, … Continue reading
Congratulations to Sarah Feng, who will be presenting “Modified Sinewave Speech and Tone Perception and Identification in Cantonese,” a talk at the 2019 Minnesota Undergraduate Linguistics Symposium!
Essay Contest for High School Students Submission Deadline: EXTENDED to Thursday, May 30, 2019, 11.59PM EST PRIZES: 1st Prize: $300 Amazon Voucher 2nd Prize: $250 Amazon Voucher 3rd Prize: $200 Amazon Voucher High-school students (currently enrolled in 9th-12th grades) in … Continue reading
Congratulations to Daniella Shimoonov, who presented a poster at ASHA last month! (The Annual Convention for the American Speech and Hearing Association.) Daniella’s project is on bilingual preschool Hebrew-English and Russian-English speaking children. We are pleased to announce that Daniella’s … Continue reading
Congratulations to Elyanna Moskowitz, who presented a poster at ASHA last month! (The Annual Convention for the American Speech and Hearing Association.) Elyanna’s project is on accent preference in Hasidic Yiddish-speaking children. Photo below!
Congratulations to Zian Jaffery, who has completed his post-bac program in Speech-Language Pathology this past spring (during his year in our program), at Queens College of the City University of New York!
Congratulations to Lissette Vizcarrondo, who has been accepted to (and started) the Master’s of Science program in Speech-Language Pathology at Molloy College!
Congratulations to Qian Min (Sarah) Feng, who graduated from Brooklyn College at the end of her year in our program (this past spring), with her BA in Linguistics, with minors in Psychology and Speech! We are also pleased to announce … Continue reading
Congratulations to Amy Wu, who has been accepted to (and started) the MA program in Computational Linguistics at Brandeis University!