Presenting at the next ULAB conference

by Jeanette Sakel

A few years ago, UWE Linguistics (in particular: Lingsoc) hosted this amazing undergraduate Linguistics conference. Next time, it’ll be in York, at York St John’s University. I highly encourage all students – whether level 1, 2 or 3 – to submit and abstract and to go to the conference! It’s good fun, you’ll make some amazing connections with other students across the UK and you’ll be able to talk about something you find interesting (which could be something you’ve explored in your coursework or just something you’ve always wanted to look at more closely). All the details and a link to the poster are below. Please get in touch with me if you think about sending an abstract – I’m happy to give you feedback if you are interested.

ULAB2015 at York St John University

We have attached posters to this email so Linguistics Departments and Linguistics or Languages Societies are able to advertise the next ULAB conference. We are also able to send A4 paper copies if needed. Below is some more information about the conference. And if there are any further questions feel free to get in touch with us.

WHEN will the next conference be?

17/18/19 April 2015.
Registration will open FRIDAY 12th DECEMBER.

WHAT will it be?

For the £20 three-day rate you will receive:

Plenary speakers
Presentations
Workshops
Posters
Refreshments
Lunch
ULAB USB card
Conference T-shirt
Conference bag
Conference stationery
Name badge
Presenter certificate (if applicable)

For the £12 one-day rate you will receive:

Plenary speaker
Presentations
Workshops
Posters
Refreshments
Conference stationery
Name badge
Presenter certificate (if applicable)

WHERE will it be?

York St John University

FINAL POSTER

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