IPA News

9 Jun 2018

Five student members have received IPA Student Awards for their participation in the LabPhon 16 conference, June 19-22, 2018, at the University of Lisbon, Portugal. They are: Anna Bruggeman (University of Cologne, Germany), Amber B. Camp (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, USA), Stefano Coretta (University of Manchester, UK), Sarah Harper (University of Southern California, USA) and Robin Karlin (Cornell University, USA). Congratulations to these awardees!

18 May 2018

IPA charts (and sub-sections of charts) in multiple fonts, dated 2018, are now available here:
http://linguistics.ucla.edu/people/keating/IPA/IPA_charts_2018.html.

Newly available on this page is a chart in a TeX TIPA Roman (serif) font.

Many thanks to Malgorzata Deron for making these charts and webpage for the Association.

30 Apr 2018

The ICPhS website now includes the call for papers: http://www.icphs2019.org/call-for-papers/. The portal for online submissions will open on Monday 6 August 2018; the deadline for submissions is Tuesday 4 December 2018.

28 Apr 2018

Subject to candidate numbers, the 2018 Certificate examinations of the International Phonetic Association will be held in London on Tuesday 5th June 2018, and on Tuesday 28th August 2018.

The entry fee for the examination is £120 (£60 for student members).

Registration closes one month before the exam date.

23 Mar 2018

The IPA is co-sponsoring LabPhon16, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal, June 19-22, 2018. IPA is offering up to five Awards of €150. Applicants for these Awards must be (1) sole author or first and presenting author of an oral or poster presentation accepted by LabPhon16, and (2) an eligible student member of the IPA: student member, unemployed member, member under age 35, or member from a low-income-level country. Applicants may join the IPA at the time of application, as long as the membership can be confirmed before an Award is made.

To apply for an Award, eligible members of the IPA should send to the Secretary (Gerry Docherty, secretary@internationalphoneticassociation.org) and to the Chair of the Conference Sponsorships and Student Awards Committee (Katerina Nicolaidis, knicol@enl.auth.gr) an email that states their name, current academic affiliation (if any), how they are eligible for an Award (student member, or other eligible category), and for student members, the name and email address of an academic supervisor. The email should be accompanied by the abstract that has been accepted for oral or poster presentation at LabPhon16 and by the confirmation of acceptance from the conference organizers. The deadline for applications is April 15, 2018. Abstracts will be reviewed by the Conference Sponsorships and Student Awards Committee and decisions will be made by April 25, 2018. For student members, the Award will cover the student early registration fee. For other eligible members, the Award will cover part of the regular early registration fee.

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