Research Grants

At the 2015 AGM, ALS decided to establish a research grants scheme. The scheme offers grants of up to $5,000 for research in any area of linguistics.

Research Grants

Recipients:

  • Daniel Krauße from University of Newcastle for 'Complex Predicates in Australian and Oceanic languages'
  • Yanping Li from Western Sydney University for 'Production and Perception of Regionally Accented Mandarin Tones'
  • Josh Philllips from Yale University for 'At the intersection of modal and temporal interpretation: a view from Arnhem Land'
  • Loy Lising for 'Understanding migrants’ multilingual practices: Evidence from Filipino families'
  • Cara Penry Williams for '/t/-realisations in Australian English: Gendered use and social meanings'
  • David Osgarby for 'Intergenerational documentation of Vernacular Wik-Mungkan: Pilot corpus'
  • Zhengdao Ye for 'Documenting Shanghai Wu in Ashfield, Sydney'

At the 2015 AGM, ALS decided to establish a research grants scheme. The scheme offers grants of up to $5,000 for research in any area of linguistics.

The principal applicant must be a current financial member of ALS at the date of submission of the application. If the principal applicant is not a current financial member of ALS, the application will not be considered.

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Student Conference Attendance Support

Recipients:

    A grant of $500 is available to support student attendance at the 2018 ALS Annual Conference. 

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