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Awards and Scholarships

The Alice F. Freed Prize in Language, Discourse, and Society

The “Alice F. Freed Prize in Language, Discourse, and Society” is an annual prize of $250 that recognizes one graduate student in Linguistics who completes the Master of Arts Degree Program in Applied Linguistics with outstanding work in the field of Sociolinguistics, Discourse Analysis, or Language and Culture. The prize will be awarded in May of each academic year. The full-time faculty of the Linguistics Department will select the recipient of the prize according to specific criteria.

Learn more about the Alice F. Freed Prize