Category Archives: Conferences

Liz Christie at the Annual Canadian Linguistics Association Conference

LLI student, Liz Christie, presented at the Annual Canadian Linguistics Association Conference last week. She has returned to Ottawa (by way of Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha! — seriously!) and she took this picture for us. Congratulations!

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Liz Christie to present at Congress 2011

PhD student and LLI member, Liz Christie, is slated to present at the Annual Canadian Linguistics Association Conference as part of Congress 2011 of the Humanities and Social Sciences in New Brunkswick! Her talk is titled “Investigating the differences between … Continue reading

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LLI Representation at the 2011 Cognitive Science Spring Conference

On April 21, 2011, the Cognitive Science Spring Conference was held at Carleton University. The organizers Ash Asudeh and Ida Toivonen did an excellent job organizing the conference, including getting the keynote speaker Matthew Stone, organizing the printing for the … Continue reading

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Cognitive Science Spring Conference 2011

The Institute of Cognitive Science hosts an annual spring conference, which features a keynote speaker and posters by graduate students in ICS. This year’s conference takes place on April 21st, 2011. The keynote speaker is Matthew Stone (CS, Rutgers University). … Continue reading

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