Mentoring in Linguistics

Training U-M Students to Mentor High School Students for Studies and Careers in Linguistics and Computational Linguistics

The goal of this project is to train U-M Students to mentor high school students for studies and careers in Linguistics and Computational Linguistics. The PI of the project has been working over

the past 9 years on NACLO, the North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad. More than 10,000 high school students have participated in this annual competition and have been exposed to problems related to Linguistics and Language Technologies. U-M students in Linguistics, Information, and Computer Science will be recruited to develop teaching and contest materials for NACLO, with the help of international experts.

Project Team:

Dragomir Radev, Professor of Information, School of Information