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Congratulations, Linguistics Class of 2021!
To our graduating linguists,
In your time at U-M you have worked diligently and grown immensely. Some of you are the first in your family to graduate from college. Some of you have made unique contributions to linguistic research. Some of you have inspired your classmates with leadership positions in extra-curriculars. Some of you will earn degrees with honors and/or distinction. And each of you has made an important and unique impact on your classmates and professors in the Department of Linguistics. Even though we have been mostly remote for over a year now, we are especially sad to not be able to celebrate graduation with you in-person. However, we are immensely proud of you and we will miss you dearly.
Congratulations and Go Blue!
Linguistics Graduation Celebration
Our virtual celebration video (linked below) includes remarks from:
Ezra Keshet, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Acrisio Pires, Department Chair
Kiernan Huls, Linguistics Student
Noah Luntzlara, Linguistics Student
Linguistics Department Faculty Greeting
Presentation of Graduating Linguistics Students
Celebrating the Linguistics
Class of 2021
Please enjoy the U-M Linguistics Department’s 2021 virtual graduation celebration honoring our graduating seniors!
2021 Matt Alexander Award
Kate (Yangshuying) Zhou is this year’s recipient of the Matt Alexander Award for outstanding honors theses in Linguistics. The title of her thesis Is “Modal Semantics of Mandarin Modal Hui.”
LSA 2021 Virtual Commencement Ceremony
The LSA 2021 Virtual Commencement Ceremony takes place Friday, April 30, 2021, from 5:00-5:45 p.m.