Terrapins zoom up to 45th BUCLD
BU conference hears its annual chorus of Terps on the acquisition of syntax, semantics and phonology
Experimental semantics from Maryland featured at new conference, with work by Anouk, Tyler, Jad and Dan, plus several faculty and alums
Shohini, Philip, Colin and several alums at the 26th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference
New grants underwrite projects in semantics and psycholinguistics, syntax and typology, computational linguistics and political science.
This year has been good for our alumni, with several new appointments and promotions.
22 faculty members from the College of Arts and Humanities have received promotion and/or tenure.
Honored for significant contributions to symbolic-statistical methods for NLP, multilinguality, and the interdisciplinary study of language.
National recognition for important contributions to STEM disciplines
Colloquium talks on puzzles of gender agreement and morphological deficits in heritage grammars
Is the online comprehension of adjunct control any different from that of anaphora with audible pronouns?
On subject relative clauses in the speech of Arabic-dominant heritage speakers of Tashelhiyt Berber
Honorable Mention to be announced at next meeting in Sapporo
UMD faculty help shape, to collaborate with new D.C. nonprofit focused on impact of language.