Alums - Linguistics at Maryland
Lecturer of Psycholinguistics, Department of Psychology, College of William and Mary (2016-). Verb Learning under Guidance. Postdoctoral researcher, Boston University Child Language Lab. Yuki Ito, PhD (2015). English ECM at the Interfaces. Computational Modeling of the Role of Discourse Information in Language Production and Acquisition. Research Assistant Professor, Communication Science Laboratory, Tohoku University. Information and Incrementality in Syntactic Bootstrapping. Lecturer, Mie University.
Undergraduate courses - Maryland Linguistics
Ling 312, Syntax II (typically Spring). Ling 419, Topics in Syntax (Fall and Spring). Ling 320, Phonetics (typically Fall). Ling 321, Phonology I (Fall and Spring). Ling 322, Phonology II (typically Spring). Ling 330, Historical Linguistics (typically Fall). Ling 350, Philosophy of Language (typically Fall). Ling 410, Grammar and Meaning (typically Spring). Ling 440, Grammars and Cognition (typically Spring). Ling 444, Child Language Acquisition (typically Fall). Required courses for the major. Required ...