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Maria Polinsky

We are delighted to welcome Maria (Masha) Polinsky to the language science community at Maryland.

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The Maryland Language Science Center has received a grant from the National Science Foundation to support a collaborative project across researchers from UMD, Gallaudet and Howard Universities, and the new

Meet Oliver, a PULSAR student in his senior year pursuing a double degree in Linguistics and Computer Science!

Meet Pedro Mateo Pedro, the Executive Director of the Guatemala Field Station. This week he's busy with the first Winter Language School at the field station! https://languagescience.umd.edu/winter-school

Meet Marisa Fried, the President and founder of the Undergraduate Linguistics Club!

The first group of language scientists from UMD has arrived in Guatemala for a month of Mayan language study and research.  Throughout June, they will be taking intensive classes in Kaqchikel, staying with Kaqchikel-speaking host families, working on language research projects and observing the work of healthcare non-profit Wuqu’ Kawoq / Maya Health Alliance.

A team of faculty in the Department of Counseling, Higher Education and Special Education (CHSE) has been awarded a U.S. Department of Education Leadership Preparation grant.

PULSAR is one year old, and the first students to graduate are heading for new and exciting endeavors in language science.

Alia Lancaster (SLA, CASL) participated in a 3-day workshop organized by AAAS focusing on science policy and communication.

Maryland language scientists are used to the idea of interdisciplinary collaboration - but rarely sit down to discuss language science with psychoanalysts and children’s book authors. At the end of April, Colin Phillips did just that as part of a prestigious roundtable on 'The Mind of a Child' at the Helix Center for Interdisciplinary Investigation in New York.


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