For Students

“Pop-up Mentoring”, organized by the LSA Committee on the Status of Women in Linguistics (COSWL), is a new mentorship program being piloted at several conferences in Spring 2018. In brief, these will be 2-hour events in which anyone who wants mentoring on a variety of topics can connect with established people in the field for help. There are just a few ground rules:
In 2016, the LSA continued its ongoing programs and services on behalf of its mission: to advance the scientific study of language. Highlights of new and expanded activities are outlined below: Scholarships, Professorships, Honors & Awards
In 2017, the LSA continued its ongoing programs and services on behalf of its mission: to advance the scientific study of language. Highlights of new and expanded activities are outlined below.  Advocacy
The LSA features a spotlight on student members, who are paving the way for further linguistic research in the field! These students are selected because of their accomplishments in publishing works in peer-reviewed journals.
Prepared for the Workshop on Building Capacity in Linguistics and Endangered Languages at TCUs January 5, 2017   Linguistics Burton, Strang, Rose-Marie Déchaine, and Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson. Linguistics for Dummies. Toronto: J. Wiley & Sons Canada, 2012.
Here you can find a listing of all LSA Student Resources sorted by topic, including information about Studying Linguistics, Careers in Linguistics, and our

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