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

OFFICE HOURS [ONLINE PROGRAM]: 

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

(other office hours by appointment)

OFFICE HOURS [CAMPUS PROGRAM]: 

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

(other office hours by appointment)

MAIN OFFICE HOURS

Campus Office is closed temporarily due to COVID-19. Please do not call or fax the main office until further notice. The best way to reach us is by email: applied.linguistics@umb.edu

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HOW DO I FIND THINGS ON HERE?

New to the site? Need a refresher? Check out the "Index" link in the menu above ↑ for explanations of the site, and shortcuts to various frequently requested info.

CREATING AN ACCOUNT? 

For the purposes of this community, when creating an account please use an email other than your UMB email (yahoo, gmail, hotmail, etc.). Sometimes the UMB email system blocks verification emails - this means that your account creation might not work.  Other types of emails don't have this problem. :-)

ANNOUNCEMENTS & IMPORTANT BULLETINS

Thanksgiving Break Office Hours

AK will be out of the office 11/25-11/28

Office is closed on 11/26, with limited staff on Friday 11/27

UMass Boston COVID-19 Updates:

Campus classes moves online until the end of the semester. Keep an eye out here for UMB updates: umb.edu/coronavirus

For questions please reach out to your professors and/or AK or Evy

2020-2021 MA Thesis Moratorium

There is currently a moratorium on MA theses. Please read this announcement for more information.

FALL 2020 CAPSTONE EXAM

Information about the December Capstone Exam has been posted in the Capstone Exam Group. Please check there for the RSVP, Exam Handbook, Sample Questions, and a recording of the most recent InfoSession.

SPRING 2021 - Advising & Course Registration

Information about Spring 2021 courses, advising, and registration is now posted.  Keep an eye out for an email from your academic advisor as well :-)  Please read the above InfoPost to see which courses are offered next spring, and information about how to sign up :-)

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The Cafe

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Career Opportunities in Community Development - 12/3

Hello, check this event from the Office of Career Services and Internships.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The Office of Career Services and Internships in partnership with the department of Community Development, the Mel King Institute and the Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation (MHIC) proudly present: Career Opportunities in Community DevelopmentPanel Discussion featuring: Janelle Chan, Leslie Reid and William…See More
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Career Opportunities in Community Development Panel Discussion December 3rd

The Office of Career Services and Internships in partnership with the department of Community Development, the Mel King Institute and the Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation (MHIC) proudly present: Career Opportunities in Community DevelopmentPanel Discussion featuring: Janelle Chan, Leslie Reid and William ThompsonThursday, December 3rd, 202012:00pm-1:30pmTo Register: …See More
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Federal Careers Forum

This came by email today, check the details below if you are interested.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Dear graduate students, Just forwarding a Career Services event that may be of interest. Feel free to follow up with Careers@umb.edu directly. Thanks and hope all is well(ish)! Best,Justin Dear Students: You are invited to attend the Federal Careers Forum this Thursday, November 19, from 1pm-3:30pm via Zoom. This is a great opportunity to learn about the diverse career options available with the federal government and strategies for applying to positions. All majors are encouraged to attend!  The following agencies will be represented: U.S. Department of State Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) U.S. Department of Homeland Security (Organized Crime Division) U.S. General Services…See More
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Tomorrow “Public Service in Times of COVID-19: a Virtual Panel Discussion” presented by Boston City Insider

This panel discussion is happening tomorrow 11/19, check the details below. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Serving the public, especially in light of several pandemics, presents important career challenges and opportunities.   Join us for an intimate, virtual panel discussion with City of Boston staff to gain an inside perspective on their experience working on behalf of the public, what has changed since COVID-19, and their recommendations for those interested in careers in public service.  Following the discussion will be breakout room networking discussions with our panelists to get a deeper dive in a career field of interest. DATE: Tuesday, November 17th from 12pm-1pmTIME: 12:00pm-1:00pmWHAT: Virtual panel discussion and break out networkingRegistration Link:…See More
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