Distinguished Computational Linguistics Lecture: Joel Tetreault
Please join us for the Distinguished Computational Linguistics Lecture by Joel Tetreault from Yahoo! Research:
Analyzing Formality in Online Communication
Marge Piercy Reading
Piercy is one of our country's best selling poets - she is also the master of many genres: historical novels, science fiction, novels of social comment and contemporary entertainments. She has taught, lectures and/or performed her work at well over 450 universities around the world.
Sponsored by the English Department, Center for Women and Gender, Women's and Gender Studies Program, and... Read More
Creative Writing: Undergraduate/Faculty Reading Series
Students Phillip Shaw and Catherine Alternburger will join faculty member/poet David Yockel, Jr. for an excellent afternoon of poetry and prose reading as well as the everpresent pizza. Come and bring your friends!
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!
Digital Humanities Speaker Series
Where Text and Code Collide: The Digital Humanities Distinguished Speaker Series. Sponsored by the RIT Project for the Digital Humanities, the College of Liberal Arts, and the Gannett Endowment for the Humanities.