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.
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
Maryland hosted 80 students of linguistics, philosophy, and computer science from all parts of the world at the 6th NASSLLI.
The powerful tool called Hi-LAB is a test that could tell you how good you can ultimately get in any foreign language before learning it.
The new PULSAR program seeks to spread the language science action by bringing together undergraduate students from diverse fields.
Rochelle Newman has agreed to serve as Associate Director of the Maryland Language Science Center.