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 "Stance and Judgment: What Discourse Analysis Can Reveal about Successful Student Writing in the Disciplines"

Zak Lancaster is an assistant professor of English at Wake Forest University, where he teaches and conducts research on Educational Linguistics, Academic English, and Writing in the Disciplines/Writing across the Curriculum. 

You’ll find it all at the University of Maryland’s one-day open house featuring family-friendly and interactive events. Come explore our world of Fearless Ideas and see all that we do to the best for our community, the state and the world.

Maryland Day is packed with exciting events and exhibits in six “learning neighborhoods” spread across campus. The Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, and Language Science communities will be hosting several exhibits.
 

Join us as faculty members Vessela Valiavitcharska and Michael Israel discuss their recent books:

Photos from the Neuro, Cognitive, and Language Science tent at Maryland Day, April 25, 2015.

Photos from Paint Branch High School visit to campus, Spring 2015.

Join us for The University of Maryland's 17th annual Maryland Day! UMD's campus-wide celebration of innovation, creativity and
academic excellence will offer more than 400 free events and exhibits that teach and inspire future innovators. 

The Cognitive, Neuroscience, and Language Science tent will be in Tawes Plaza, which is located between the Benjamin, Tawes, and Art-Sociology buildings. Unless otherwise noted, the below activities will be at Tawes Plaza. We will feature the following activities: 

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