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AAALetter - December 2016
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AAALetter

The Newsletter of the American Association for Applied Linguistics

December 2016
Volume 28, Number 4

Table of Contents

  1. A Message from the AAALetter
    The month of December is an exciting month for many of us. It is full of celebration as we see some of our students participate in commencement ceremonies and others successfully end a new semester.  Read More.

  2. President's Reflections on the AAAL Executive Committee Meetings in October
    In October, the AAAL Executive Committee (EC) gathered in Denver for its midyear meeting. As the current President of AAAL, I found the preparation for and then the realization of this meeting to be both challenging and invigorating. Read More.

  3. 1st Vice-President's Report
    It is an exciting and busy time as preparations continue for the upcoming conference in Portland, Oregon, March 18-21, 2017. Read More.

  4. AILA Update
    AILA’s 2017 World Congress will take place July 23-28, 2017, in Rio de Janeiro, at the five-star Windsor Barra Hotel and Convention Center, south of Ipanema and just across the street from a spectacular beach. Read More.

  5. Graduate Student Council Steering Committee Comings and Going
    The Graduate Student Council’s Steering Committee has been busy working to represent and advocate for graduate students in our field. In the following, I provide an update on our recent work. Read More.

  6. Reflections from Outgoing EC Members
    Reflections from Paul Kei Matsuda, Jeff Connor-Linton, and Lucy Pickering. Read More.

  7. Resolutions Committee - Message from the Chair
    I am happy to be able to serve with several wonderful colleagues on the AAAL Resolutions Committee. Previously, this committee dealt with multiple types of resolutions, including those related to the internal governance and operations of AAAL, on the one hand, and those taking a stand on external issues or events that could have important social or political consequences, on the other. Read More.
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