LINGUIST List 7.1824

Tue Dec 24 1996

All: LINGUIST Fellowships for 1997-98

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  1. LINGUIST Network, 1997-98 LINGUIST Fellowships

Message 1: 1997-98 LINGUIST Fellowships

Date: Tue, 24 Dec 1996 19:25:39 -0500
From: LINGUIST Network <linguist>
Subject: 1997-98 LINGUIST Fellowships

We are now soliciting applications for the 2 LINGUIST fellowships,
which will support student editors of LINGUIST in 1997-98. Those of
you who have contributed to the LINGUIST Development Fund are funding
these fellowships; and we'd like to ask you to bring them to the
attention of your students. Graduate student editors of LINGUIST get
more than just monetary support: they also have the opportunity to
"listen in" daily on professional linguistic discussions; they gain
familiarity with all phases of the Internet; and they acquire name
recognition in the discipline.

In an effort to maintain the international character of the list, we
welcome applications from students outside the USA. LINGUIST
fellowship holders must have a good command of written English and be
degree-seeking students at either Texas A&M or Eastern Michigan U.

Eastern Michigan U. offers a B.A. and M.A. in general linguistics. It
is situated in Ypsilanti, MI (about 5 miles from Ann Arbor) in a very
active linguistics community. The LINGUIST fellow at EMU receives a
full tuition waiver (for 15 graduate credit hours per year) plus a
stipend of approximately $5000. Application deadline: March 15, 1997.

For more information contact:

Daniel Seely
Graduate Advisor
Dept. of English Language and Lit
Eastern Michigan U
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Texas A&M offers a B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in English and is situated in
College Station, Texas. The LINGUIST fellow at Texas A&M receives a
stipend of $5000 from the LINGUIST Development Fund plus approximately
$3000 from the Texas A&M English Dept. The student pays his/her own

For more information, contact:

Clint Machann
Graduate Advisor
Dept. of English
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 78243

or Ann Dizdar

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