The Office of the Provost has selected 20 faculty members as the 2021-22 Fund for Faculty Excellence recipients, including our very own Dr. Melissa Baese-Berk!
Department of Linguistics CLASS OF 2022 Commencement Ceremony information.DATE: 6/12/2022TIME: 1PMLOCATION: STB 156
LIVING LANGUAGES is the first international, open access, multilingual journal dedicated to the revitalization and sustainability of Indigenous and minoritized languages, founded and co-edited by Luiz Amaral and UO Linguistics faculty Gabriela Pérez Báez.
The American Committee of Slavists (ACS) serves to coordinate American participation in the International Congress of Slavists, an international meeting held every five years on a rotating basis in a West, East, or South Slavic venue.
UO Linguistics Alumnus, Dr. Charlie Farrington, awarded the 2022 LSA Bloomfield Book Award for African American Language.