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Nov 1 2019
Judith Degen gave a talk yesterday as part of the Cornell Linguistics Circle titled "Harnessing the richness of the linguistic signal to predict pragmatic inferences."
Nov 1 2019
In collaboration with our UC Santa Cruz colleagues, Stanford linguists organized a Negation, Concord, and Ellipsis workshop, taking place this weekend on November 2. A few of us will be presenting at this event as well, including:
Oct 25 2019
Hopefully Massachusetts treats our linguists well with a nice fall breeze! A handful of Stanford linguists are presenting at the North East Linguistic Society's Annual Meeting (NELS 50) this weekend from October 25-27, taking place at MIT:
Oct 18 2019
Last week on October 11, Chris Manning presented "Multi-step reasoning for answering complex questions" as part of Carnegie Mellon University's Language Technologies Institute Colloquium. 
Oct 11 2019
Congratulations to Elisabeth Norcliffe (Ph.D. '09), who was awarded a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship over this past summer. The fellowship will grant funding for Elisabeth's work at the Department of Psychology at the University of York starting the end of this month.

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