Student Organization of Applied Linguistics
The Student Organization of Applied Linguistics (SOAL) is a student-run group that organizes social and educational events for our department community and friends.
The Student Organization of Applied Linguistics (SOAL) is seeking new members! Whether you'd like to help plan an event, have great ideas for how to bring students together, are interested in becoming a SOAL Officer, or just want to see what we're all about, we'd love to hear from you! Email us at email@example.com for more information, visit our Instagram to see upcoming events, or watch our short informational video to find out more! All events will be shared on the Linguistics Department mailing list, too! Can't wait to meet you all!
Co-Presidents: Sequoia Oar (she/her/hers), Dani Jochums (she/her/hers)
SOAL email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SOAL Instagram: https://www.
Linguistics Department Discord: https://discord.gg/
Join us for periodic guest speakers and workshops
Adventures in Job Hunting for Applied Linguistics and MA TESOL students
SOAL sponsored Student Game Nights
The department's student lounge is a place to study, connect with peers, and take a break
Applied Linguistics Game Night in the Student Lounge
The department's student lounge offers snacks, games, use of a microwave and fridge,
and plenty of comfy couches and chairs
We'll be meeting virtually during Winter Term 2021! Join us!
Applied Linguistics undergrads and MA TESOL students gathering in the student lounge
SOAL sponsored bowling night
Painting with Artifacts: An Interactive Discussion with Kaveh Negahbani
Celebrating Indigenous Languages hosted by SOAL
I was involved with the Student Organization of Applied Linguistics, planning events. We were able to petition and get a student lounge. We put on a ton of different events throughout the year - a lot of them happen in the lounge. We have game nights, and we’ve had guest speakers come in. None of that would be possible, I don’t think, in a larger department. Because there’s so much support coming from all of the professors all the time.
--Sasha Reinwald-Albrecht, MA TESOL '19