In a move that caused much discomfort in the student bodies of every linguistics department in the country (world?), a Language Log post earlier this month reported that we are all expected to get jobs at some point. This unsettling news was delivered by Chris Potts, based on work with our very own Stephanie Shih and alum Rebecca Starr.
If anyone is still deciding on a subfield and is interested in playing the marketability angle, I recommend taping this post to the side of your monitor for the next however-many years.
Uriel Cohen-Priva has accepted the position of Assistant Professor in Brown’s Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences. Congratulations, Uriel! Hazor’im bedim’a – berina yiqtsoro.
Some of you may have noticed that Hannah Rohde, our illustrious Mellon postdoc, hasn’t been around this week. That’s because she’s been visiting the University of Edinburgh, where she’s been giving a talk, interviewing, etc. And….this just in: they’ve offered her the job! Woo hoo! Be sure to tune in again next week for the next exciting episode of Rohde on the Road…