Alice Harris writes:
It’s a great pleasure for us to welcome the students listed below into the graduate program.
Michael Clauss, email@example.com, is finishing an M.A. at the University of Hawaii, where he’s working on differential case marking in Tamil, Hind, other SE Asian languages, serial verbs, pro-drop, and other issues in syntax.
Hannah Greene, Osmiroid@gmail.com, is finishing an M.A. at the University of British Columbia, where she has done fieldwork fieldwork on Kwakwala; she is interested in event semantics.
Stefan Keine, firstname.lastname@example.org, we all know already. He is back at the University of Leipzig, working on formal syntax and semantics, with special interests in Chinese and in case and agreement.
Jérémy Pasquereau, email@example.com, is completing an M.A. at the University of Lyon and is interested in documented under-studied languages, especially languages of the Caucasus.
Shayne Sloggett, firstname.lastname@example.org, graduated from UCSC and is working as a research assistant in Colin Phillip’s lab at the University of Maryland, with interests in syntax, psycholinguistics, and their interaction.
We look forward to seeing all of them in August or September.
Amanda Rysling, email@example.com, who is completing her B.A. at NYU, has also been accepted into the Fall class, but she will defer matriculation until the fall of 2012 so that she can accept a Fulbright Fellowship to Poland for 2011-12. Ms. Rysling is interested in experimental approaches to phonology and phonetics, and in Polish.