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Theme 2: Prediction and Millisecond-scale Information Management

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Join us for the third faculty lunch talk at Winter Storm 2016. Lunch will be provided by Basak Karatas.

Speaker: Philip Resnik

Title: It's Not What You Say, It's How You Say It: Modeling Linguistic Framing in Politics and Mental Health

Learning to code: computer programming for beginners. Amritha Mallikarjun will lead the group through some of the basics of programming in Python that can be used in scientific experimentation and analysis. 


Join us for the second faculty lunch talk at Winter Storm 2016. Lunch will be provided by Nick Huang.

Speaker: Thomas Conners & Claudia Brugman

Title: Comparative study of register specific properties of Indonesian SMS and Twitter: implications for NLP


Summary of Theme 1: Language Poverty and Learner Differences.


Theme 1: Language Poverty and Learner Differences

Follow-Up B: Why do these ideas matter


The Follow-up sessions are designed to build productively upon the ideas generated in the roundtable discussions, while simultaneously exercising skills in thinking about scientific ideas at two different levels:


Preparing for diverse careers: how to market your skills and experience for jobs beyond the university

  • Scott Fults: Expert System
  • Kate Anne Juhl: Program Director, UMD Career Center

Theme 1: Language Poverty and Learner Differences

Follow-Up A: How we do the science


The Follow-up sessions are designed to build productively upon the ideas generated in the roundtable discussions, while simultaneously exercising skills in thinking about scientific ideas at two different levels:


Theme 1: Language Poverty and Learner Differences

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