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LINGUIST List 17.3626

Thu Dec 07 2006

Support: Formal/Experimental Syntax/Semantics: PhD Student, U of Rochester

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        1.    Jeff Runner, Formal and Experimental Syntax/Semantics: PhD Student, University of Rochester, NY, USA

Message 1: Formal and Experimental Syntax/Semantics: PhD Student, University of Rochester, NY, USA
Date: 07-Dec-2006
From: Jeff Runner <runnerling.rochester.edu>
Subject: Formal and Experimental Syntax/Semantics: PhD Student, University of Rochester, NY, USA

Institution/Organization: University of Rochester
Department: Depts of BCS and Linguistics
Level: PhD
Specialty Areas: Semantics; Syntax


The department of Linguistics and the department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences
at the University of Rochester invite applications from students interested in
pursuing a joint PhD in Brain & Cognitive Sciences and Linguistics. The
department of Linguistics (http://www.ling.rochester.edu/) combines strengths in
formal linguistics--syntax, semantics, pragmatics, phonetics and phonology--with
experimental and empirical methodologies. The department of Brain and Cognitive
Sciences (http://www.bcs.rochester.edu/) combines strengths in language
research--language processing, language acquisition, brain and language--with
vision, and neuroscience, which includes computational neuroscience, learning
and plasticity. The language researchers in these departments--along with those
in Computer Science and Philosophy--constitute Rochester's Center for Language
Sciences. This year we are particularly interested in applicants who want to
investigate the formal syntactic and semantic properties of language structure
using experimental and empirical techniques.

Students interested in the joint Brain & Cognitive Sciences/Linguistics PhD
program should apply through the Brain & Cognitive Sciences department
(http://www.bcs.rochester.edu/programs/graduate/how-to.html), by January 1,
2007. For further information, please go to the Center for Language Sciences web
pages (http://www.bcs.rochester.edu/cls/) or contact Jeff Runner

Web Address for Applications:

Applications are due by: 01-Jan-2007

Contact Information:
Jeffrey Runner
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