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Laurel in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences with Jeff
On infants coming to recognize filler-gap dependencies.Read More about Laurel in PNAS with Jeff
NSF grants for Adam, Masha, and Naomi
Support for research on constraints and variation in syntax, and for models of phonetic learning.Read More about NSF grants for Adam, Masha, and Naomi
New jobs for alumni
New jobs and homecomings for several recent graduates.Read More about New jobs for alumni
Maryland at virtual 34th CUNY
Dozens of Terps present their work on language acquisition and processing.Read More about Marylanders at Penn's virtual CUNY
Thomas and Naomi in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Reinterpreting phonetic learning in the first year of life.Read More about Thomas and Naomi in PNAS
The Department of Linguistics at the University of Maryland plays a leading role in the largest and most integrated language science research community in North America.
Our top-ranked department combines current theoretical research in phonology, syntax, and semantics with state-of-the-art experimental research in language acquisition, computational linguistics, psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics.
Connections between our core competencies are strong, with theoretical, experimental and computational work typically pursued in tandem. Here new ideas develop in conversation, stimulated by the steady activity of our labs and research groups, frequent student meetings with faculty, regular talks by local and invited scholars and collaborations with the broader language science community.Learn More about our Research