Dr. Rai Farrelly

Linguist to help guide global English language learning body

May 20, 2022

Dr. Raichle Farrelly, Teaching Associate Professor and director of the TESOL program at CU Boulder Linguistics, has been elected to the Board of Directors for the TESOL International Association . Rai is one of three newly-elected board members for this wide-reaching and dynamic organization and will serve a three-year term...

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Susan Brown receives 21-22 Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award

April 13, 2022

Dr. Susan Brown, senior research associate, instructor of computational Linguistics courses and associate director of the CLASIC program, has been chosen by CU's Graduate School as a winner of the 2021-2022 Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award. Reflecting on this honor, Dr. Brown says, "I love my job, and I'm so glad...

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Twenty-Second Conference of the Society for Linguistic Anthropology comes to Boulder

April 3, 2022

SLA 2022, co-sponsored by the CLASP program at CU Boulder, is finally here! The Society for Linguistic Anthropology Spring Conference will be held in Boulder, Colorado and on the virtual platform Gather.town April 7-9, 2022, with pre-conference plenaries occurring in both locations on Wednesday, April 6. The conference will feature...

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Professor Kira Hall receives Best Should Teach Gold Award

March 31, 2022

CU Professor of Linguistics and Anthropology Kira Hall was honored with a Best Should Teach Gold Award at the March 31, 2022 ceremony of the Best Should Teach Initiative--the first post-pandemic in-person ceremony that the program has held. Prof. Hall was nominated for the award by undergraduate students in her...

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What the Wordle trend can teach us about language and technology

March 24, 2022

Alexis Palmer , assistant professor of linguistics at CU Boulder, is a self-described word game aficionado. She is also a computational linguist, a subfield of artificial intelligence that sits at the intersection of linguistics and computer science. CU Boulder Today spoke with Palmer to learn more about the Wordle phenomenon.

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Dr. Rai Farrelly elected to TESOL International Association Board of Directors

Dec. 16, 2021

Dr. Raichle Farrelly, Teaching Associate Professor and director of the TESOL program at CU Boulder Linguistics, has been elected to the Board of Directors for the TESOL International Association . Rai is one of three newly-elected board members for this wide-reaching and dynamic organization and will serve a three-year term...

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Cynthia Clark (Econ’82; Law’85) goes to town on her stories!

Oct. 8, 2021

Our own Cynthia Clark has just been featured in 'Colorado Arts & Sciences Magazine' ! The article features Cynthia Clark, Linguistics Education Program Assistant embracing her avocation in writing. Clark (Econ’82; Law’85) self-published that long-pent-up romantic-suspense novel, Boulder Girl, Remember Me When the Moon Hangs Low , and her second...

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Laura Michaelis named LSA Fellow

Aug. 24, 2021

The Department is thrilled to announce that our current chair, Dr. Laura Michaelis, was recently named a Fellow of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA) . This is a highly prestigious honor, recognizing career achievement, which is awarded to only a handful of linguists each year by the LSA, the...

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Joseph Dupris joins CU Linguistics faculty

Aug. 3, 2021

Dr. Joseph Dupris, Jr. is joining the CU faculty this fall, 2021, where he will serve as Visiting Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies and Linguistics. Dr. Dupris received his PhD in Linguistics and Anthropology from the University of Arizona in 2020. Dr. Dupris's work addresses issues around tribal language research,...

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Dr. Rai Farrelly featured in Colorado Arts & Sciences Magazine

June 25, 2021

Our own Dr. Rai Farrelly has just been featured in 'Colorado Arts & Sciences Magazine' ! The article reports that Dr. Farrelly has been selected by the U.S. Department of State to join a two-month English language specialist virtual project focusing on promoting global citizenship and emerging trends in English...

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