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
Read about new grants, presentations and classes by Rodrigo, Paulina and Polina.
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.
Rodrigo discusses Xinka languages and their preservation.
The most important papers of Lila Gleitman's brilliant career, spanning over 50 years of work.
Maria Polinsky kicks off the first workshop of the Microcontact project, "Heritage Language Syntax", with "Not everything is lost: Differential restructuring in heritage language compared to the baseline."
What is a mental lexicon, asks Omer in a course at the NYI Summer School
Congratulations Class of 2020!
Laurel Perkins *19 is the first Terp to win the Glushko Dissertation Prize for outstanding dissertations in cognitive science from the Cognitive Science Society.
Laurel Perkins *19 is to be Assistant Professor of Linguistics at UCLA, in computational linguistics and language acquisition.
Naho Orita *15 has been promoted to Associate Professor at Waseda University, Tokyo, in its Center for English Language Education in Science and Engineering.
Jeff Lidz is co-author of a new paper in Linguistic Inquiry, on "Null Objects in Korean."
This year's Penn Linguistics Colloquium has two talks from UMD.