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Planet Word museum

NSF Grant Funds Research at Planet Word Museum

$440K Award Will Put Scholars on D.C. Site, Support New Course for Students to Learn to Conduct Studies in Real-World Settings

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The State of Spanish in the DMV

UMD Researchers to Record and Document the Unique Linguistic Features of the Region’s Spanish Speakers

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Colin Phillips running

Locally Run Marathon Becomes Globally Watched Experience

Professor’s Virtual Run Brings Together Community for BBC Appearance

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“¿Qué Busca? (Usulután, El Salvador)” artwork by Juan Madrid

A 21st-Century Connection in Art

Reopened Stamp Gallery Highlights Central American Paintings, Sculpture and Digital Media

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Drawing of a family wearing masks

Is Children’s Language Learning Falling Victim to the Pandemic?

Researchers Seek Recordings of Conversations to Determine Effect of Social Distancing, School Closings

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Finding Their ‘Vox’

English-Language Learning Platform Expands Availability on Campus

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Three birds on a branch

Birdsong, Chimp Calls and Baby Talk

Maryland Researchers Connect Animal Communication to Human Language in Special Journal Issue

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Children in classroom

Dual Benefit of Language Immersion Programs?

U.S. Department of Education Awards $1.4M for UMD-Led Study of Cognitive, Reading Effects

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Speech bubbles that say "Hola," "Guten tag," "Bonjour" and "Hi"

Gained in Translation

UMD Researchers Developing Translator System With Social Tact, AI Restraint

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Children reading

Reaching Young Readers

Student Leads Effort to Launch Saturday Literacy Program for Elementary Schoolers

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Kaitlyn Haller '18 of HESP works with children

Broadly Speaking

Bilingual Certificate Widens Access to Speech Pathology Services

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Sound illustration

Stop—Hey, What’s That Sound?

New Maryland Study Explores How the Brain Interprets Sounds as Words

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