CSUF News Service
Exploring the Latest Linguistics Research
March 10, 2014
Four Cal State University linguistics faculty members will share their latest research during the 23rd annual Linguistics Symposium at Cal State Fullerton. The March 18 program, sponsored by CSUF's Linguistics Student Association, is free and open to the public.
Tuesday, March 18
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cal State Fullerton, Titan Student Union, Portola Pavilion
800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton, 92831
$2 per hour or $8 for a daily permit. Details are available online.
9 a.m. — Rebekha Abbuhl, assistant professor of linguistics at Cal State Long Beach, will discuss "Helping Second-Language Learners With Feedback and Instruction: Where We Are Now and Directions for the Future"
10:10 a.m. — Rong Chen, professor of English at Cal State San Bernardino, will present "East and West: Similar or Different?"
1 p.m. — Eniko Csomay, associate dean of the College of Arts and Letters and professor of linguistics and Asian/Middle Eastern languages at San Diego State University, will explain "Positioning Lexical Bundles in Discourse."
2:10 p.m. — Robert Malouf, associate professor of linguistics and Asian/Middle Eastern languages at San Diego State University, will discuss "Paradigm Entropy and Morphological Organization."
Michael Hein, president of the Linguistics Student Association