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WCCFL 34 at the University of Utah

This past weekend,  The University of Utah hosted The West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. UCLA students and faculty were of those who presented this year. 42 more words

Graduate Students

First-Year Graduate Students End Semester with Hi-Five Research Presentations

The first-year cohort from the PhD program recently capped off the semester by presenting their research at the department’s annual Hi-Five event. The Hi-Five helps students develop their academic, presentation, and research communication skills and is based on the Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition that originated at The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia. 270 more words

Ricardo Olenewa: what higher skills get you

Ricardo Olenewa generously agreed to an interview about his undergrad at UWaterloo, as well as his MA–which he didn’t finish, but with good reason, and interesting outcomes. 987 more words

Graduate Students

Getting to Know Our Students

I (Clive) have long believed in having a warm, friendly class community and a good teacher-student relationship. However, my understanding of what this means continues to grow. 291 more words


Outreach Recap: Stress Buster Carnival

Presented by CAPS, Active Minds, Psychology Club, and Tigers Together

Stressing less is always best! 

In support of our friends for their Stress Buster Carnival at the Carillon Garden, we stopped by to discover what tips and activities are helpful for reducing stress. 446 more words

Commuter Students

Keith Promislow after hours

At Wednesday, I stayed in my office longer than usual, grading the test papers. As always, I kept the office door half-opened. Almost everybody left at 5:00 p.m. 131 more words

Five Reasons why you should attend the Annual SACNAS National Conference

Guest post by: Bridget Hansen, SFSU undergraduate researcher

First, who am I? What is SACNAS?

My name is Bridget Hansen and I am an undergraduate in Microbiology at San Francisco State University, doing research at the… 980 more words