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 About Mary Ellen Ryder

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    Archiving Jon P. Dayley’s Field Notebooks

    Preparation is underway to archive Professor Emeritus Jon P. Dayley's field notebooks from his work in Guatemala and Belize.

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    Sharing linguistics with the community

    Students and faculty participate in STEM Exploration Day, a community outreach event featuring science and engineering programs at Boise State.

  • Michal Martinez, Linguistics Lab, students, language research, for Explore magazine, Carrie Quinney photo
    Combining documentary and experimental approaches

    Students and faculty in the Linguistics Lab have incorporated experimental approaches to the documentation of languages spoken by members of the Boise refugee community.

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    Independent student research opportunities

    In addition to research internships, students may take advantage of university-wide research initiatives and conduct their research in the Linguistics Lab.

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    About our namesake

    Dr. Mary Ellen Ryder, our lab's namesake, was on the English Department faculty for twenty years when she passed away tragically. Click here to find out more about this inspirational woman.

The Mary Ellen Ryder Linguistics Lab supports research, teaching/learning, and community outreach activities of linguistics students and faculty at Boise State University

LingLab hours – Fall 2015

Tuesdays:  10:30am – 4:15pm
Wednesdays:  10:30am – 4:15pm
Thursdays:  10:30am – 4:15pm
Location: Simplot Micron Building (SMITC), Room 218
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