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Subject: 19.3707, Confs: Applied Linguistics/USA

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Date: 02-Dec-2008
From: Tracy Beckett < tgb131 at psu.edu >
Subject: 2009 Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics

 

	
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Date: Thu, 04 Dec 2008 12:32:56
From: Tracy Beckett [tgb131 at psu.edu]
Subject: 2009 Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics 

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2009 Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics 

Date: 22-Jun-2009 - 17-Jul-2009 
Location: State College, Pennsylvania, USA 
Contact: Jim Lantolf 
Contact Email: cla.pennstate at gmail.com 
Meeting URL: http://outreach.psu.edu/programs/applied-linguistics/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

The 2009 Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics is scheduled from June 22 to
July 17 at the Pennsylvania State University's University Park campus.  The
institute will have two sessions, each lasting two weeks.  The first will run
from June 22 through July 3 and the second session from July 6 through July 17.
 Participants will have the option of attending the first session, the second
session, or both.  A broad range of topics in applied linguistics will be
represented, with particular focus on the teaching and learning of additional
languages. General information about the 2009 Summer Institute in Applied
Linguistics can be found at: http://outreach.psu.edu/programs/applied-linguistics/ 

Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics

The Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics is an initiative of the Center for
Language Acquisition that brings leading scholars in applied linguistics to Penn
State University (University Park Campus, State College, PA) to share their
cutting-edge research by teaching courses in their area of specialization,
delivering lectures, conducting workshops, and participating in formal and
informal discussion groups. Courses are organized as 1-credit modules for which
Penn State graduate credit can be earned and transferred to other institutions.
Over a four-week period, approximately thirty courses are offered in addition to
invited plenary lectures.  Participants may earn up to six graduate credits.
 
Travel Grants to attend Summer Institute 2009

$1000 Solidarity and Merit Grants for Graduate Student Attendance at the Summer
Institute in Applied Linguistics, Penn State, June 22 - July 17, 2009

The American Association for Applied Linguistics and Penn State's Center for
Language Acquisition have provided funding for three $1000.00 grants to attend
the 2009 Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics at Penn State. Graduate
students in good standing, in applied linguistics or a related discipline, are
encouraged to apply. Each of the three grants will balance criteria such as
solidarity with individuals traveling from less represented or distant
locations, academic accomplishments, and promise of future contributions to
applied linguistics. Applicants should submit 1) a one-page (single-spaced)
narrative that includes a description of interest(s) in applied linguistics
(i.e., current and projected future research interests, relevant personal
information) that includes a brief statement with specific reasons for attending
the 2009 Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics and 2) a letter of
recommendation from a professional applied linguist who can comment on the
applicant's strengths and promise.

Application process:

Please send by email attachment a MS Word or PDF format file of your application
materials to: cla.pennstate at gmail.com

Email subject line should read: ''Summer Institute travel grant''

The deadline for submissions is Friday, February 13, 2009

General information about the 2009 Summer Institute in Applied Linguistics can
be found at: http://outreach.psu.edu/programs/applied-linguistics/







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