Four current members and alumni will give talk presentations at the 22nd Amsterdam Colloquium at University of Amsterdam on December 18 - 20, 2019.
Sam Alxatib and Ivana Đurović, Neg-raising ‘believe’ and antipresupposition
Zhuo Chen, Keeping dou as a simple distributor
Stephanie Solt (Ph.D. 2009; ZAS Berlin) with others, Existential semantics in equatives in Japanese and German
Congratulations to Nancy Stern, Ricardo Otheguy, Wallis Reid and Jaseleen Sackler for their new publication. Read more
Congratulations to Sean Miller for winning the 2019 NYCDH Graduate Student Digital Project Award. Read more
Congratulations to Kyle Gorman and Steven Bedrick for their paper, "We need to talk about standard splits," being awarded Outstanding Paper in The 57th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) Read more
Congratulations to Armando Tapia for receiving a Dean K Harrison award in the amount of $10,000 for 2019-2020 from the Office of Educational Opportunity & Diversity (EOD) Read more
Congratulations and best wishes to our graduates of 2018-2019! Read more
Congratulations to Andre Eliatamby and Cass Lowry for their 2019-2020 Advanced Research Collaborative award! Read more
Congratulations to Pamela Franciotti and Sejin Oh for their 2018-2019 Advanced Research Collaborative award!
Let us congratulate two of our students who’ve received 2019-2020 GC Dissertation awards:
Ben Macaulay received a $10K Dissertation Year Award,
Sejin Oh received a $4K Early Research Initiative (ERI) Provost’s Pre-Dissertation Research Fellowship
Best wishes to both of them!
Congratulations to Rachel Rakov (Doctoral Candidate) and Ekaterina Levitskaya (MA) on successful grant applications.
Rachel was awarded a Provost’s Digital Innovation grant and Ekaterina was awarded a Data For Public Good grant. Read more