The Linguistics Department has a small fund to support graduate student research projects and travel to scholarly meetings. Graduate students may apply for funding at any time during the year. The departmental Research/Travel Grant Committee reviews applications and makes awards. Awards are typically made twice each academic year: in the middle of Fall Quarter, and early in Spring Quarter.
Awardees are reimbursed for covered expenses upon presentation of appropriate receipts (ticket stubs, cash receipts from linguistic informants, etc.).
General questions about the Research/Travel Grant Program should be addressed to Graduate Coordinator.
The graduate program combines thorough training in theoretical linguistics and formal analysis with innovative experimental approaches to the study of language.
Inquiries about the Linguistics Graduate Program should be directed to Associate Professor Eric Bakovic, Director of Graduate Studies.