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Oct
02
LING seminar: Judith Aissen (UCSC)
Online (TBA)
2:00 PM

Oct
05
Edwards Lab: Taffeta Wood (UC Irvine)
https://umd.zoom.us/j/93097736851
1:15 PM

Oct
07
CLIP Colloquium: Emily Bender (UW)
https://umd.zoom.us/j/97647463145?pwd=UlQrQ0ttRHIyd3RCN0Vta01SdkJKdz09
11:00 AM

Oct
08
LSLT: Career planning in a recession
https://go.umd.edu/lslt-zoom
12:30 PM

Oct
12
LSLT: Philip Resnik (LING/UMIACS) & Rebecca Resnik
https://go.umd.edu/lslt-zoom
3:00 PM

Oct
14
CLIP Colloquium: Dallas Card (Stanford)
Virtual - https://umd.zoom.us/j/97647463145?pwd=UlQrQ0ttRHIyd3RCN0Vta01SdkJKdz09
11:00 AM

Oct
15
LSLT: Ditch your screen!
Main steps of H.J. Patterson Hall
12:30 PM

Oct
16
NACS Seminar: Arjen Stolk (Dartmouth)
https://umd.zoom.us/j/91005253510
10:15 AM

Oct
16
LING Colloquium: Lisa Pearl (UC Irvine)
Online: https://umd.zoom.us/j/97808365155
3:00 PM

Oct
21
CLIP Colloquium: Rachel Rudinger (CS)
Virtual - https://umd.zoom.us/j/97647463145?pwd=UlQrQ0ttRHIyd3RCN0Vta01SdkJKdz09
11:00 AM

Oct
22
LSLT: Mike Johns (ARLIS)
https://go.umd.edu/lslt-zoom
12:30 PM

Oct
27
CLIP Colloquium: Yejin Choi (UW)
Virtual - https://umd.zoom.us/j/97647463145?pwd=UlQrQ0ttRHIyd3RCN0Vta01SdkJKdz09
1:00 PM

Oct
28
HDQM Colloquium: Lin Bian (Cornell)
https://umd.zoom.us/j/97400160413?pwd=eEZTVXlOV0t0bGZVeDNLVnJSUXIzUT09
12:15 PM

Oct
29
LSLT: Kira Gor (SLA) and Maria Polinsky (LING/LSC)
https://go.umd.edu/lslt-zoom
12:30 PM

SIGNATURE EVENTS

Language Science Day

Each Fall, Language Science Day (LSD) brings together up to 200 students and faculty from across the University and affiliated centers, providing opportunities for participants to exchange ideas, showcase new or ongoing projects, find out about research and training opportunities, spark potential collaborations, and get to know their fellow language scientists.

Winter Storm 2013
Winter Storm

Winter Storm is one of the signature student-run activities of Maryland's language science community.

Language Science Lunch Talks

Our weekly lunch talk series provides students and faculty with the opportunity to present their in-progress work to a supportive, interdisciplinary audience.