Welcome to the Department of Linguistics

The Department of Linguistics at the University of Arizona offers undergraduate and graduate programs in linguistics and human language technology. Our faculty has research specializations in phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, computational linguistics, psycholinguistics, language acquisition, represented by diverse interests in a variety of languages. We also offer unique programs in Native American linguistics. The department trains students for careers in teaching, research, and industry, and is equipped with a variety of laboratory facilities.

Fourth Annual Taleghani Lecture Series

Guest Performer: Hossein Omoumi

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Ofelia Zepeda Endowment

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Spring 2014 Colloquium
Check Out These Honors College Scholarships!

Scholarships Available for Honors and Other Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Research Grants

Application Deadline: Spring 2014
Up to $1500.  35-40 grants available. Open to Honors and other... read more

Travel Fund Opportunities for LING Grad Students!

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Department News

On April 2, 2014 the Graduate and Professional Student Council held their awards ceremony for the 2014 GPSC Achievement Awards. There were over 60 nominations in six categories. Congratulations to Dr. Mike Hammond, Julia Fisher, and Shayna Walker! Dr. Mike Hammond received First Place in the... read more
Graduate students Shiloh Drake and Noah Nelson at Tucson Festival of Books on March 16, 2014. Visitors to our exhibit used a finger-tapper to see that language is left-lateralized. (photo from PJ McArdle)