OZCLO: Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad 2012

Each year the Linguistics program runs the Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad, which is a competition for high school students designed to introduce them to the fun of language and language analysis.

This year we had over 700 students participating around the country, which is a fantastic way to introduce students to our discipline. Our National Round winners (from Victoria!) went on to compete very successfully in the International Olympiad.

Preparations for OZCLO 2012 have begun. This program relies on staff and PhD students and we would really welcome anyone who would be interested in joining the organising team and helping out in any way you can. If you are interested, please email Barb Kelly.

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