2016-2017 Distinguished Computational Linguistics Lecture
Join us for the 2016-17 Distinguished Computational Linguistics Lecture, given by Dr. Hal Daumé III, associate professor at the University of Maryland, College Park. His talk is entitled "Natural Language Processing on Creative Content."
Talk and Performance by Philippe Bootz
Please join us for a talk and performance by Philippe Bootz, Department of Hypermedia, University of Paris 8. The talk is entitled "digital poetry: a poetry you are reading but are not able to read." See you there!
Sonja Livingston Reading!
Join us for a visit by author Sonja Livingston. She'll be giving a reading, followed by a Q&A and book signing...
This event is sponsored by the English Department, RIT Libraries, the University Writing Program and the Center for Women and Gender.
What is CLaSP?
If you're interested in computational linguistics, check out CLaSP -- the Computational Linguistic & Speech Processing Lab: www.rit.edu/clasp.
SIGNATURES, RIT’s art and literary magazine, is a magnificent collection of the most interesting and thought-provoking student art featured in all forms: fiction/nonfiction prose, poetry, 2D/3D work, film/animation, and installation pieces.
Submissions are now open for the 30th publication of SIGNATURES, which can be done through https://signatures.submittable.com/submit.
We on the SIGNATURES staff are excited to see your work and look forward to making an incredible issue this year!
Related Lecture and Reading Series
Magic Speaker Series - http://magic.rit.edu/main/index.html
Creative Writing Awards!
Creative Writing Students: it's time to submit your work to the Creative Writing Awards! Deadline is 11:59PM on April 5 (extended deadline). You can submit your work at https://ritenglish.submittable.com/submit/54437
Our annual Creative Writing Awards will take place on Thursday, April 28th at 3:30PM in the SAU Reading Room. We'll have live readings from our CW award winners!
Any questions? Please send them to Karen Van Meenen (email@example.com)