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University of Ottawa
The University of Ottawa Linguistics Department is an advanced center of linguistic research, with faculty expertise in core areas as well as in interdisciplinary fields. In recent years, new department members have added to our strengths in long-established areas of specialization such as syntax, the linguistic study of French and variationist sociolinguistics, as well as expanding faculty expertise to include a variety of languages spoken around the world, computational modeling in phonology, field linguistics, experimental phonology and phonetics, semantics, historical linguistics, and state-of-the-art experimental techniques in psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics. Our Faculty maintain an active research profile, with a high rate of success in funded projects and thriving collaborations with other universities. We offer advanced training in all primary areas of linguistics and encourage our students to carry out experimental/quantitative research, providing access to research laboratories that include modern facilities for eye-tracking, ERP, reaction times, ultrasound, electropalatography, electroglottography and airflow, as well as a variety of corpora for sociolinguistic and historical linguistics analysis.
We currently welcome applications to our MA and PhD programs for the academic year 2014-2015 (application deadline February 15 2014). The University of Ottawa offers competitive funding opportunities for Canadians, Permanent Residents and International Students, as well as special differential fees for francophone International Students. The University of Ottawa is bilingual in English and French, and while core course are taught in English, student work may be submitted in either language.
Linguistics Department: http://www.linguistics.uottawa.ca
Faculty of Graduate Studies: http://www.grad.uottawa.ca/Default.aspx?tabid=1868 (application process, funding opportunities and deadlines)
Do not hesitate to contact Ana Arregui (aarregui uottawa.ca) for further information.
Associate Professor and Chair of the Graduate Studies Committee
University of Ottawa
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|Contact Information:||Ana Arregui firstname.lastname@example.org|