Graduate School Application Workshop

Sunday October 23, 2022

Funded by NSF & ASSURE AFOSR Program SMA#2050922


Thank you to everyone who attended the workshop this year! And a special thanks to our presenters for the detailed and helpful information they shared!

Please fill out this feedback survey (5-10 min) to obtain the link to access the presenters’ materials.

Materials (Presentation Slides)

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The NSF-REU Intersection of Linguistics, Language & Culture (ILLC) program will be holding an online Graduate School Application workshop on Sunday October 23, 2022.  Although participation is free you must pre-register, preferably by Monday October 17: once you do you will receive the detailed schedule and Zoom link. Students can select to attend sessions that they would like to participate in. There will also be opportunities to interact with speakers in break-out rooms.  Pre-registration will also enable you to formulate specific questions you may have ahead of time and to access the presenters’ slides and all other relevant material.


Morning sessions: 10am-12.15am

General introduction, including benefits of graduate education, differences between professional and research masters and doctoral programs, preparing a successful application and an interview. Isabelle Barriere, Molloy University, Jonathan Nissenbaum CUNY Brooklyn College & Cass Lowry CUNY Graduate Center and Molloy University

Funding your masters and doctoral studies; focus on federal funding including NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program, Isabelle Barriere, Molloy University

Afternoon sessions: 1pm-5.50pm

Masters and Clinical Doctoral Programs in Audiology, Radhika Aravamudha, Salus University

Masters in Speech Language Pathology, Susan Alimonti, Molloy University

Bilingual Extension, Isabelle Barrière, Molloy University

Doctoral Programs in Communication Sciences & Disorders, Hia Datta, Molloy University

Masters and Doctoral Programs in Linguistics and Computational Linguistics, Jeff Good, SUNY Buffalo

Masters and Doctoral Programs in Psychology and/or Cognitive Science speaker(s) tbc

US students in Masters and Doctoral Programs Abroad- Isabelle Barrière, Molloy University

Foreign students coming to the US for Masters and Doctoral Programs- Zoe Thijs, Molloy University  and Hia Datta, Molloy University

Link to free pre-registration form

Intersection of Linguistics, Language & Culture Program funded by the National Science Foundation, the American Rescue Plan Act and US Department of Defense AFOSR-ASSURE program grants # 2041294 & # 2050922 awarded to Isabelle Barrière, PhD/ Molloy University Communication Sciences & Disorders Department & Jonathan Nissenbaum /CUNY Brooklyn College Program in Linguistics, Department of English.