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Linguist finds efficiencies using NeCTAR cloud: Lauren Gawne in the news

Lauren Gawne  who has just completed a PhD thesis on a linguistic description of a Tibeto-Burman language of Nepal called Lamjung Yolmo at The University of Melbourne. Lauren is an example of a humanities researcher using the NeCTAR cloud. While not a software engineer, technical person or systems administrator, Lauren has embraced the NeCTAR cloud technology and says […]

Lauren Gawne is the latest recipient of an Awesome Ottawa grant

Local Philanthropists Fund Project to Save Dying Language Lauren Gawne, a PhD student in Linguistics at The University of Melbourne, is the latest recipient of an Awesome Ottawa grant. Gawne first encountered Kagate while working cialis 5mg in Nepal on the unrecorded language Lamjung Yolmo, for which she has published a small dictionary. More information: […]

Linguistics PhD students in Canberra Times

Research on language and identity in LOLcats by PhD candidates Lauren Gawne and Jill Vaughan has been covered in the Canberra Times. Lauren and Jill presented a paper entitled ‘I can has language play: Construction of Language and Identity in LOLspeak‘ at LangFest at ANU last week. Check out the article “Cat’s meow of online laughter, […]

PhD candidate Lauren Gawne published in The Age

PhD candidate Lauren Gawne has had an article published in The Age discussing our obsession with the way politicians speak. In the past couple of years there has been an increase in commentary on the way our political leaders speak. This may be correlated with the rise to power of a prime minister who has […]