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One of the goals of the LLRC is to build our student community through programming that provides networking opportunities, cross-department student research collaborations, and other academic engagement events. The LLRC is hosting a student event, open to all interested graduate students whose research relates to language and literacy development and instruction!

Please join us for an LLRC 

‘Meet and Greet’ 

Lunch will be provided!

Come celebrate the holidays with your fellow language scientists, and help the Learning to Talk Lab gift-wrap books for kindergarten and first grade students in Baltimore City Public Schools!

If you haven't already contributed to their book drive, check out their Amazon Wishlist and send some books by Monday, December 11!

Please RSVP!


The Language Science center is pleased to co-host a happy hour with the Brain and Behavior Initiative (BBI), which will include a tour of the LSC and a BBI FY18 Seed Grant information session. 

Please RSVP here by November 15. 

An informal gathering for current and future Language Science Fellows to catch up and talk about research and training opportunities available in the language science community. 

The Field Committee in Development Science is kicking off the new academic year with a reception and get-together for students and faculty interested in developmental science. Please RSVP to Luke Butler (lpbutler@umd.eduso we can get an approximate count of how many people will be attending. 

Prof. Juan Uriagereka (LING) will introduce a screening of "Arrival", in which a linguistics professor is tasked with interpreting the language of aliens who have landed on Earth.  

The house party location is 2 miles away from campus.  We call for volunteers for carpooling on the 22nd, and if you need a ride, please let the Winter Storm Committee know!  Dinner is provided, and please bring something to drink. 


Join us to celebrate the end of the first week of Winter Storm at our annual Happy Hour. Location TBA. 

In celebration of Autism Awareness month, UMARC will be showing The Story of Luke in the Hoff Theater at STAMP Student Union. After the movie there will be a panel discussion with Dr. Kathy Matthews, the executive director of the Faison School in Richmond, Virginia and a representative from the Treatment and Learning Centers Outcome Program in Rockville, Maryland. 



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