Welcome to NACLO 2019 in Milwaukee, taking place Thursday morning January 24, with registration from 8:30-8:45 am, a speaker from 8:45-8:55, instructions from 8:55-9:00, and the problem-solving from 9:00 to noon.
We are looking forward to meeting new linguists from across town and hearing more perspectives on why they do linguistics, as well as the chance to spend a morning exercising your creativity in a way that you don’t usually get to do in school.
This year, UWM welcomes back Marquette as a co-host.
The location at UWM will be EMS E-250 as usual, and the location at Marquette is TBA. Everyone should register under “University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee” and instructions will be posted here about where you should go. Location assignments will depend on room size and the number of students registering from each school or individual registrations.
Please register as soon as you can (preferably before winter break) so that we can get an accurate picture of how many people are coming and whether we need to reserve additional rooms. The registration site is at nacloweb.org; look on the right hand side of the page under “Quick Links” and click on Student Registration. Follow the instructions there.
We look forward to hearing from you with any questions or comments. You may contact us via gmail to our username of
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