"Neural sweet talk: Taste metaphors emotionally engage the brain" by Adele Goldberg
Rebecca Smaha '14 a chemistry major earning a LIN certificate receives Fulbright Scholarship.
David Abugaber, an independent concentrator in linguistics, has been awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
Princeton scores high in the North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad! Thirty-three local High School students participated in the first NACLO round on January 30, hosted by Princeton. Eight qualified for the second, “Invitational” round on March 13 (the second best group result in North America!) and will compete to advance to the International level (Beijing in July). A number of veteran Olympians are past and present Princeton students.
Thanks to the hard-working hosts: Alan Chang (Math ’14), Alex Iriza (Math ’14), Qinlan Shen (COS ’15) and Mark Tengi (COS ’16)
The Program is pleased to announce that Professor Adele Goldberg has been named a Fellow of the Lingusitics Society of America.
The linguistics program is pleased to announce that Leonard Babby's book, The Syntax of Argument Structure (Cambridge University Press, 2009) has been awarded the 2011 AATSEEL book prize in linguistics.
Congratulations go to David Abugaber '14, an independent concentrator in Linguistics. He won a coveted Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, which is designed to help him become a research academic in his chosen field, applied Linguistics. The fellowship will provide generous summer stipends, mentorship, and graduate student support.