These sessions will include presentations and panel discussions from current and former students and faculty on various topics such as “how to be a successful language scientist”, "alternative careers for language scientists", and "herding academics: how to successfully organize & run language-science (and other) committees / initiatives".
Tuesday, 1/13: How to be a successful language scientist: three bets
- Colin Phillips (LING)
Thursday, 1/15: Faculty panel, Alternative careers for language scientists
- Christopher Green (Center for Advanced Study of Language)
- Meredith Larson (Institute of Education Sciences)
- Clare Stroud (Institute of Medicine / National Academies)
- Tess Wood (UMD Language Science Center)
Wednesday, 1/21: Student panel, "Herding academics" or "how to successfully organize & run language-science (and other) committees / initiatives"
- Rachel Dudley (LING)
- Chris Heffner (NACS)
- Alix Kowalski (HESP)
- Alia Lancaster (SLA)
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