The editing faculty have developed a series of slide presentations to help students (and faculty) see how linguistics concepts are applied to key editing tasks. Students often wonder how what they are learning in an introductory linguistics class or grammar class might apply to the real world of editing. These presentations provide a starting place where students can get some answers to those questions. Editing students or those planning to enter the minor are particularly invited to review these presentations.ELANG 223/LING 201 conceptshttp://linguistics.byu.edu/classes/ling580am/ELANG223edit.htmlELANG 325/LING 325 conceptshttp://linguistics.byu.edu/classes/ling580am/ELANG325edit.htmlELANG 410 conceptshttp://linguistics.byu.edu/classes/ling580am/ELANG410edit.html
The 2009 English Language in Great Britain Study Abroad group kissed the Blarney Stone in Ireland for good luck. This program offers students the chance to study the many varieties of the English Language in Ireland, Wales, England, and Scotland. For more information about this program visit http://linguistics.byu.edu/elangbritain/.
Dr. Janis Nuckolls and her students interview an Ecuadorian woman in the Amazon. The Ecuador Study Abroad gives students a unique opportunity to do field work for six weeks in the summer under the expert supervision of Dr. Nuckolls. For more information about this program visit http://linguistics.byu.edu/ecuadorsa/
On April 23, 2014 at the Faculty Women's Association Retreat - faculty were recognized for their contributions to BYU. Dr. Wendy Baker-Smemoe is 2014's Mentoring Award Winner.
Department: Linguistics and English Language
Wendy Baker-Smemoe has always been a great mentor to faculty and students alike. In the past 10 years, she has received more than $103,000 in ORCA and MEG grants to mentor more than 20 students, leading to many publications. Each of these grants is indicative of countless hours spent working with students.