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CoLang 2012 Sponsorships

The US National Science Foundation is our primary sponsor. We gratefully acknowledge the following additional contributors for participant scholarships:

CUNY Graduate Center, Linguistics Department
The Endangered Language Fund
KU Native Faculty and Staff Council
Queens College, Department of Linguistics & Communication Disorders
University of Wisconsin, Department of Linguistics
Dr. Ronnie Wilbur, Distinguished Professor of Linguistics, Purdue University
Dr. Walt Wolfram, Distinguished Professor, North Carolina State University
Dr. Toshihide Nakayama, Distinguished Professor, ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Dr. Catherine O'Connor, Distinguished Professor, Boston University
We gratefully acknowledge the office of Kansas Senator Steven Moran for its assistance in visa matters for Participants

CoLang 2012 is sponsored by the U.S. National Science Foundation’s Documenting Endangered Languages Program, NSF-BCS1065469

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