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Linguistics Program


Graduate Students in LINGuistics

Please visit our GSLING Events page.

What is GSLING?

GSLING is our student-run organization dedicated to enhancing the academic, professional, and social experience of graduate students in the Linguistics Program. We are an active group with many opportunities to get involved, including:

  • Professional Development Workshops (PDWs), where our veteran students and Linguistics faculty share their experiences and advice on topics such as CV preparation and getting published in academic journals;
  • Specialized reading groups, where students and faculty with common interests meet to workshop their research with one another, prepare for conference presentations, and discuss current trends in their discipline;
  • An annual Spring Colloquium, at which students present their current research to their colleagues in a formal conference atmosphere;
  • Social outings such as our monthly "First Fridays," winter holiday party, and spring picnic We also have a lively Linguistics Graduate Student Lounge (HUO 612) that serves as our day-to-day communal, student workplace, and space for our monthly GSLING meeting.

GSLING Officers 2016-2017

  • President: Danielle Fahey
  • Vice-President (President-elect): Ruthanne Wenger Hughes
  • Secretary: Bianca Robinson
  • Treasurer: Angelina Rubina
  • Social Coordinators: Laura Redden
  • GSLING Student Research Symposium Coordinator: Spud McCullough, Ruthanne Wenger Hughes, and Alecia Nichols
  • Professional Development Events Coordinator: Bryanna Willis
  • Web Manager: Keunhyung Park

If you have any questions, make sure to Contact Us!

Professional Development Advice and Links

"Graduate School Is a Means to a Job" by Karen Kelsky [Chronicle of Higher Education]