Update: See photos from the 2013 conference here!
The 20th Annual University of Texas at Arlington Student Conference in Linguistics and TESOL will be held on the campus of UT Arlington on February 21-22, 2013.
Schedule & Location
The keynote speaker for the 20th annual UT Arlington Student Conference in Linguistics & TESOL is Dr. Robert Fiorentino. The title of his talk is "Identifying the pieces, processes, and neural bases of complex word recognition"; you can download the abstract as a PDF. You can also download one of the promotional posters (pdf).
Registration for Attenders
Registration for non-presenters is free.
Registration Fee for Presenters
Registration entitles the presenter to a free copy of abstracts and free entrance to the welcome party.
Please pre-pay by check only, in US dollars. Make your check payable to LINGUA, and send it to the following address postmarked by the pre-registration deadline:
If you will be driving and plan to park on campus during the conference, you will need a temporary parking permit. Please let us know about your situation as soon as possible. Parking permits will be prepared for the registered attendees free of charge if we know ahead of time.
Need a hotel?
We recommend the Wingate Inn, which provides shuttles service between the airport and to the university. If you make your reservation at the Wingate, please specify that you are attending a university-sponsored event and ask for the UTA rate ($85/night). Another hotel you might consider is the Parkway Inn (817-860-2323), which is conveniently located within walking distance of the university. You may make your reservations by contacting the hotel directly.
Finding Your Way Here
The closest airport to UTA is Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). It is 20-30 minutes by car between DFW and UT Arlington. Be sure you're flying to the right airport if you need to come by airplane.
The University of Texas at Arlington Student Conference in Linguistics & TESOL is a student-led conference specifically designed to give graduate students a chance to present their original research. This is a great opportunity to join students from across America and around the world to present research on language.
Poster Presentation Guidelines
Call for Papers
Monetary awards are from the Yumi Nakamura Memorial Endowment (read more here).
Department of Linguistics & TESOL