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.
Jeffrey Lidz keynotes the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa's Linguistics Workshop on Syntax-Semantics Interface, Language Acquisition, and Naturalistic Data Analysis, along with former LING postdoc Ivano Caponigro.
Chia-Hsuan Liao is at Nortwestern's International Brain and Syntax Think Tank presenting "The time course of computing verb-argument relations in sentence comprehension: Evidence from the N400," joint work with Ellen Lau and Wing Yee Chow *13.
Rodrigo Ranero is at the 9th Conference on Indigenous Languages of Latin America, talking about sluicing in Kaqchikel: “Truncamiento en kaqchikel: consecuencias para la identidad en la elipsis."
Say hello to faculty visitor Elena Simonato, Senior Lecturer of Russian linguistics at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
Suyoung Bae is at the Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics discussing "The syntax of classifiers and Korean and cyclic linearization."
Congrats to Rachel Dudley *17, who starts a 2-year research postdoc at the Central European University, in its Department of Cognitive Science and Cognitive Development Center at the Hungarian capital of Budapest. With Ágnes Kovács and Ernő Téglás, and su
Listen to Rodrigo Ranero discuss linguistics, Mayan languages, and emigration from Guatemala on ConCriterio, a weekly radio program.
Leslie Li, a Rochester undergrad and Summer visitor at UMD, will be presenting her joint work with Thomas Schatz and Naomi Feldman at the Workshop for Young Female Researchers in Speech Science & Technology.
Anton Malko *18 takes a postdoctoral position with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia's national science agency.
The Linguistic Association of Great Britain has recognized Justin Malčić's "The Asymmetry and Antisymmetry of Syntax" as one of this year's three Outstanding Undergraduate Dissertations.