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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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CREATING AN ACCOUNT? 

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ANNOUNCEMENTS & IMPORTANT BULLETINS

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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Field Experience

Information on APLING 698: The Field Experience. Information on waiving the Field Experience.See More
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October 29 and November 10 Panel Discussion Invitations from Radcliffe Institute: Education Justice: Why Prison Classrooms Matter

Education Justice: Why Prison Classrooms MatterThursday, October 29, 4 PMRadcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard UniversityONLINE ONLY “What college does, it helps us learn about the nation,” said Rodney Spivey-Jones, a 2017 Bard College graduate currently incarcerated at Fishkill Correctional Facility in New York, in the docuseries College behind Bars. “It helps us become civic beings. It helps us understand that we have an interest in our community, that our community is a…See More
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Paid teaching opportunities available in OLLI

Hello :)This came in by email today. It is a nice opportunity. Check the details below if you are interested.  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Dear UMass Boston Graduate Students, We hope you are safe and well. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is seeking master’s and doctoral students to teach a 5-week, non-credit ONLINE Zoom course in your area of study or area of interest (1.5 hours per week). Whether you’re in the US or Bolivia or Russia (as some of our instructors were this semester), we’re excited to hear from you! OLLI is a program of over 1,100 retired and semi-retired lifelong learners! Teaching with OLLI is an excellent way to develop your own course and engage with a friendly audience, receiving guidance and mentorship along the way. Upon completion of teaching the course with positive student evaluations, instructors…See More
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