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Dr. Robin Andreasen is part of the UD team that was awarded the prestigious NSF ADVANCE grant!

Dr. Robin Andreasen, a professor and undergraduate director in the Department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science, is a co-PI on the NSF ADVANCE grant recently awarded to the University of Delaware. The grant establishes a five year program which seeks to study the best ways to promote equity and diversity at research universities, with a special focus on women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Read more about the ADVANCE grant in UDaily! Congratulations Dr. Andreasen!

PhD students present at the 2014 Annual Phonology Meeting!

PhD students Iman Albadr and Adam Jardine and UD alum Dr. Jane Chandlee presented work at the 2nd annual phonology meeting at MIT. Iman's poster was titled "Vowel-Epenthesis Patterns in Najdi Arabic". Adam and Jane's poster (co-authored with prof. Jeff Heinz) was titled "Learning Repairs for Marked Structures."

David Rubio Vallejo presents at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain... and wins best student abstract award!

PhD student David Rubio Vallejo won the best student abstract award for his submission to the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain. He presented his research titled "Actuality effects in Spanish" at the conference this past week.

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