A warm welcome to Simon Charlow, who joined the department in September, 2014!
Simon received his Ph.D. degree from NYU in 2014. His dissertation was a fresh look at dynamic and alternative semantics for indefinites, binding, scope, ellipsis, and order-dependent phenomena in natural language.
Simon has already become very popular among graduate students. His Semantics I class is being overcrowded with graduate students. Additionally, he is taking part as a committee member in a number of qualifying papers. What a start!
We thank graduate students and the faculty who put a lot of effort to pick the best candidate for the position; and, we thank Simon for choosing to join us at Rutgers Linguistics. Welcome Simon!