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Axiomatic Questioning in Linguistic Knowledge

Seeking a Foundation  The child is the most celebrated grammarian. Their ability for acquisition and the science uncovering a baby’s mind still baffles us at every level of linguistic inquiry. It is fundamental and brings to mind the unassailable question, … Continue reading

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Protected: Jalitza’s Test Blog Entry

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Protected: My first blog entry

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Protected: Practice

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Protected: First ILLC Entry

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Protected: ILLC Program

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Protected: Random

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Protected: Stay tuned for blog entries from the 3rd cohort of students!

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Research Position Available at NYU

Please distribute to potential applicants ************************************** Position Junior Laboratory Associate  Department Psychology Department and Linguistics Department Location New York, NY Description The Neurolinguistics Lab (PI: Liina Pylkkanen) in the Departments of Psychology and Linguistics at NYU is seeking a full-time … Continue reading

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Congratulations – ILLC Alumni Graduate School Acceptances!

Zian Jaffery (2017-2018 fellow) has started the Masters in Speech Language Pathology at New York University-Steinhart.  Daniella Shimoonov (2017-2018 fellow) was accepted in four graduate programs in Speech-Language Pathology and she will start Brooklyn College Masters program in the Fall.  … Continue reading

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NSF-REU ILLC Program represented at Emerging Researchers National Conference in STEM!

Congratulations to Deema Farraj and Marwa Elraey who both obtained travel awards to participate in the 10th Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference in STEM, Washington, DC.  Deema gave an oral presentation on Identifying Sex: Using Modified Sine Wave Speech to … Continue reading

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Strong Presence of the ILLC Program at ASHA 2019 in Orlando, Florida!

The NSF-REU Site program was very well represented at ASHA 2019 that took place last November in Orlando, Florida. Congrats to NSF-REU Site alumni Ann Kochupurackal (2018/9)- now Doctoral Student in Cognitive Science at Tuft University, Chana Karp (2018/9)- now … Continue reading

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Sarah Feng and Amy Wu present at NELS 2019, MIT!

Congratulations to Sarah Feng and Amy Wu (now a Masters Student in Computational Linguistics at Brandeis) who have continued to work on their ILLC project this past year and presented a Perceived Pitch and Formant Frequencies in the Perception of … Continue reading

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Yerania Poline represents ILLC program at National NSF-REU site conference!

Congratulations to Yerania Poline who represented our ILLC program at the national NSF-REU site conference organized by the Council for Undergraduate Research in Alexandria, Virginia. Students and faculty from NSF-REU sites across the country shared their work and their insights … Continue reading

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Petition for Indigenous languages as World Heritage

From: Pierre Pica Subject: Indigenous languages as World Heritage Dear colleagues, Indigenous people living in the Amazon basin are more and more at risk of losing their unique culture and language. We propose you to sign a petition, created by … Continue reading

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