Philosophy (106 Somerset St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901)
Saturday, April 14, 2018, 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Current Investigations in Bilingualism (Flyer) workshop brings together some of today's top researchers in the area to present high-quality empirical experimental evidence on what it means to be bilingual, how we identify individuals as bilingual, and what bilingualism looks like across subareas of language and across development. The workshop also features a panel discussion devoted to community outreach, featuring students and faculty from Rutgers, with the goal of underscoring the connection between research and the community, exchanging ideas and outreach activities, and highlighting the work underway to educate researchers, teachers, and families on bilingualism.
Organized by Kristen Syrett (Associate Professor, RuCCS & Linguistics, Rutgers Univ. – New Brunswick)
- Matthew Carlson - Pennsylvania State University
- Lisa Bedore - University of Texas - Austin
- Krista Byers-Heinlein - Concordia University (Canada)
- Matt Goldrick - Northwestern University
- Jennifer Austin - Rutgers University (Newark)
- Liliana Sanchez - Rutgers University (New Brunswick)
To RSVP please click HERE. You will be taken to the Google RSVP form. Seating is limited.