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Students who participate in the PULSAR PULSAR students hosted 'Game of Thrones' language creator David Petersonprogram can benefit in many ways including:

  • participating in innovative interdisciplinary training;
  • collaborating on a language science internship or research project;
  • gaining assistance finding a laboratory or internship experience that matches their research interests;
  • developing research/clinical/policy-related skills not normally available to an undergraduate student;
  • working with fellow undergraduate and graduate students on scientific outreach activities to the community;
  • broad academic coursework in the domain of language science;
  • learning to communicate with diverse groups;
  • participating in opportunities for professional development, public speaking, and leadership;
  • access to potential funding for language-science activities, research, and travel;
  • access to advanced courses in language science-related departments;
  • opportunities to participate in international activities, and host international visitors;
  • being an integral part of the largest language science community in North America.