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Graduate Linguistics Program ranked 6th best in the USA ranks the CWRU Cognitive Linguistics graduate program the 6th best linguistics program in the nation. […Read more]

Department party

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Red Hen Lab wins Google Summer of Code 2015 Grant

Red Hen Lab

Professor Mark Turner’s Distributed Little Red Hen Lab wins a Google Summer of Code 2015 grant! Students: Propose a project. Code the summer away. Achieve ultimate glory. And get a nice paycheck! See the Ideas Page. […Read more]

MA Program in Cognitive Linguistics

We are now accepting applications for the MA program in Cognitive Linguistics, beginning in fall of 2015. Deadline for applications is 1 May 2015. Click here for more information.
If you are an undergraduate student interested in entering the IGS program in cognitive linguistics, click here,
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Mark Turner wins Anneliese Maier Research Prize

Mark Turner, Institute Professor in the Department of Cognitive Science, has received an Anneliese Maier Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.  This €250,000, five-year prize supports Turner’s self-chosen research projects, notably the Distributed Little Red Hen Lab, an international consortium which Turner co-directs. See the CWRU press release. […Read more]

30 Capstone ideas from your friends in COGS101

Students in COGS 101 came up with 30 research designs that could serve as Capstone Projects. If you’d like to use one of them, get permission from the group (contact info on the slide). Check out their amazing work!
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Todd Oakley Elected President of the International Association for Cognitive Semiotics

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