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Monday, March 01, 2021

Mike was one of a kind. He was able to leave an imprint in everything and everyone. He was able to change things and change lives. And he changed mine.

 
 
While so many of our SLAers are getting ready to defend their Qualifying Papers (QPs) and PhD theses this semester, it's time to remind ourselves of all the defenses

John Kruse's success story overcoming COVID challenges and restrictions

Before going on Thanksgiving break, let’s stop for a moment and reflect on the challenges we have overcome for the f

Conferences and publications 2019-2020

This year was challenging for the majority of students in the U.S. and globally.
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Virtual SLRF 2020 was a great opportunity for its participants and presenters to share their research and catch up
Join the members of the SLLC and invited guests to discuss race, equity and justice through the lens of language and culture.

Join us in congratulating our Second Language Acquisition graduates from the 2020 class! Despite the challenges we are all facing during the pandemic, we are very proud of our fearless Ph.D.

Monday, September 09, 2019
Borges, A. The 2018 Georgetown University Roundtable - Approaches to Discourse. WASHINGTON, DC. Semiotics, Semi-symbolism