Diane Lillo-Martin was recently interviewed by UConn Today. In the interview, available here, she talks, among other things, about the role of linguistics in understanding the human mind, exciting research projects being done in our department, and the future of our department.
An interview with Adrienne Bruce, a Linguistics and Philosophy major, has appeared in UConn Magazine. Adrienne is spending this semester at Sogang University in Seoul, South Korea, on a Gilman Scholarship for undergraduate studies abroad from the U.S. State Department. The full interview can be read here: “Speaking the Language”.
A recent publication by Corina Goodwin and Marie Coppola in the journal Child Development (“Language not auditory experience is related to parent-reported executive functioning in preschool-aged deaf and hard-of-hearing children”) was featured in UConn Today.
The article, titled “To Young Brains, Language Is Language, Whether Signed or Spoken” can be read here.