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Department of Linguistics

Announcements

Speech Science and Technology 2012 (SST) 14th Australasian International Conference
Date: December 3-6, 2012
Location: Macquarie University, Sydney
2012 Applied Linguistics Events
Japanese on the Move
Language on the Move - Participants Wanted !

Japan on the Move is currently looking for transnational people with a connection to Japan and Australia to participate in the project - Japanese on the Move: Life Stories of Transmigration.

There are two ways you can participate in this project:

  1. by writing an online essay about your experience as a transnational person and/or
  2. by participating in an interview.
Read more: http://www.languageonthemove.com/recent-posts/participants-wanted
Information Evening in Audiology and Speech Pathology

Date: Wednesday 15 September 2010 6.00 - 7.30pm
Location: Zofrea Room, Level 3, U@MQ Building C10A

Career Service Assistance for Human Sciences Students
  • Career Planning
  • Interview Assistance
  • Job Search Assistance

Drop in:  Wednesdays 1.30 pm - 3.00 pm in C3A901

Booked Consultations:  Mondays to Wednesdays

Please book consultations through Career Service Reception on level 2 of the Lincoln Building, email careers@mq.edu.au or phone 9850 7372.

 

CLas and MACCS Seminar

"Early word learning through communicative inference" Professor Michael Frank (MIT, Stanford University)
Date & Venue:17th Feb 2010, 3:00 to 5:30pm, Building X5B Room 012
Flyer[375 kb pdf]


New Professor in Linguistics!

Professor Stephen Crain, the Director of our MQRC in Language Sciences (CLaS), will join the Linguistics Department officially as of January 2010.

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