Events and Deadlines

Monday, December 1, 2014 - 3:30pm
141 Gilbert Hall

Socio-paths is a weekly meeting to have discussion on various published Sociolinguistics research. Topics are selected according to the group’s interests, such as Dialectology, Language Attitude, and Sociophonetics, etc. Moreover, Socio-paths is available for all students and faculty who are interested in Sociolinguistics.   For more information or questions, please email Dot-Eum Kim at

Monday, December 1, 2014 - 5:00pm

Final Date to submit the following to the Graduate School: Final Defense Approval Form (PhD and MA) and corrected copy of thesis/dissertation.

Reminder: A copy of all forms should be in the Lingusitics Office. Forms submitted on or very near this date should be hand-delivered to the Graduate School at 279 Williams Street.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014 - 1:25pm
141 Gilbert Hall

SRG is a weekly gathering dedicated to the discussion of published research on Compositional Semantics and its interfaces.  Specific topics are chosen based on the group's interests. SRG is also a venue for students and faculty to present their ongoing research. We will have one invited speaker from outside University of Georgia. For more information, contact Pilar Chamorro at

Wednesday, December 3, 2014 - 3:30pm
Other event
122 Gilbert Hall

This semester, we're going to read some of the foundational papers of psycholinguistics, and talk about the question of the "psychological reality" of linguistic structures. We'll read some papers that illustrate some of the more common experimental paradigms, and then move on to learning how to implement simple experiments on the widely-used E-Prime software. We may also spend some time working with an eyetracker. For more information, contact Doug Merchant at