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Applied Linguistics Program
100 Morrissey blvd.
Boston, MA 02125
Email: applied.linguistics@umb.edu
office: 617-287-5760
fax: 617-287-5403

Skype: akoutropoulos

OFFICE HOURS [ONLINE PROGRAM]: 

AK: Monday - Thursday 11:00 - 15:00 EST*

(other office hours by appointment)

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Evy: Monday - Thursday 13:00 - 19:00 EST*

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Campus Office open 11:00-19:00 Monday through Thursday

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DECEMBER COMPREHENSIVE EXAM

Comp-exam information has been updated in the Comprehensive Exam Group!  If you are taking the exam, please have a look for details and RSVP information.

SPRING ADVISING & REGISTRATION

Spring semester advising and registration will begin soon!  Please have a look at this InfoPost.  Updates will be posted there as they become available :-)

UMass Boston Recognized on U.S. News 2018 List of Best Online Programs

Several of UMass Boston’s online programs are ranked among the top 100 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report in an annual list of Best Online Programs released this week (including ours :-) ). More here --> (university press release)

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Lecture “Convergences and divergences in Brazilian Portuguese” - Monday, November 19

The Department of Portuguese and the Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture at UMass Dartmouth announce a lecture by Prof. Fernanda FerreiraBridgewater State University “Convergences and divergences in Brazilian Portuguese” This talk focuses on phonological and morphosyntactic variation in current Brazilian Portuguese and includes a discussion of different regional and social varieties. Special attention will be given to the origins of Brazilian Portuguese and the divergent theories related…See More
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Ashley Bradley liked Apostolos K.'s blog post It's never too early to Waive the Field Experience!
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"I will begin registering students in about a week for Spring 2019. Make sure to speak to and advisor, and take care of any holds :-)"
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Janice(Juhung) Tsai liked Apostolos K.'s blog post Spring 2019 Advising & Course Registration
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Janice(Juhung) Tsai is now a member of Applied Linguistics Department
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Ali Emmerson added a discussion to the group Main Office
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Funding opportunity: Laura Bassi Scholarship 2018/19

Hi everyone! Below is some information about a funding opportunity: Per Rick Kern:The Laura Bassi Scholarship, which will award a total of $10,000 twice perannum, was established by Editing Press in 2018 with the aim of providingeditorial assistance to postgraduates and junior academics whose researchfocuses on neglected topics of study, broadly construed. The scholarshipsare open to every discipline and are awarded in December and April:    Winter 2018    Application deadline: 25 November…See More
Nov 8
Megan Ison is attending Apostolos K.'s event

December Comprehensive Exam at TBA

December 17, 2018 all day
Today is the date of the December comprehensive exam.Campus students: the exam is noon to 4pm (see comp-exam group for location).  Online students: the first available time-slot should be 00:15 ET on ProctorUSee More
Nov 5
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Berkeley Department of Linguistics Workshop: Countability distinctions

BLS Workshop: Countability distinctionsFebruary 8-9, 2019University of California, Berkeley Countability distinctions and mass nouns are a topic of long-standing interest in semantics, grammar, and the philosophy and psychology of language. Recent work on this topic has pushed our understanding forward in three separate but related directions:There is more than one type of countability distinction relevant to natural language: nouns like furniture are different from nouns like sand both in how…See More
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