The second Arts Unplugged celebrates indigenous culture with talks, film, food and more. Thursday, Oct. 17 at 5 p.m. in the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts./news/arts-unplugged-event-features-sundance-film-screening-masterclass
With the help of dancers in elaborate hanbok gowns and hip-hop groups performing popular k-pop dance routines, the Korean Language Program celebrated its 30th anniversary last Friday in Klarman Hall.The celebration featured performances from student dance groups such as E-motion, LOKO, Hanchum and Korean percussion group Shimtah. It also.../news/cornells-korean-language-program-celebrates-30-years
The Department of Linguistics is excited to welcome Assistant Professor Marten van Schijndel. Van Schijndel's main interest is in the representations that can be used to process language incrementally. He probes the linguistic processing of humans and of neural network language models using methodologies from psycholinguistics, comparing the.../news/linguistics-welcomes-assistant-professor-marten-van-schijndel
The rich cultural history of Korea – including powerful percussion and traditional dance – will be featured at the Korean Language Program’s (KLP) 30th anniversary celebration on Friday, Sept. 20, at 6:30 pm. The event will also feature Korean foods, and will conclude with musical performances by Shimtah, E.Motion, LOKO, and Hanchum. The celebration, which will take place in the Rhodes-Rawling Auditorium in Klarman Hall, is free and all are welcome.
Robin will be starting as a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the SMAC Lab at the Waisman Center (UW-Madison), with Dr. Ben Parrell. She will be researching the role of the cerebellum and phonetic detail in speech motor control, using both acoustic production and neural imaging methodologies./news/robin-karlin-accepts-postdoc
The launch of the class coincides with the United Nations Declaration of 2019 as the Year of Indigenous Languages./news/new-cayuga-language-class-focuses-nature-culture
Carol Gilson Rosen, professor emerita of linguistics whose research interests included the theory of universal grammar, died Aug. 19 in Ithaca. She was 79.
Rosen was a member of the Cornell faculty from 1978 to 2010. She mentored generations of Romance studies, linguistics and even music majors, as well as colleagues, graduate students and College Scholars in the College of Arts and Sciences./news/linguist-carol-rosen-dies-79
Carol Gilson Rosen, professor emerita of linguistics whose research interests included the theory of universal grammar, died Aug. 19 in Ithaca. She was 79.Rosen was a member of the Cornell faculty from 1978 to 2010. She mentored generations of Romance studies, linguistics and even music majors, as well as colleagues, graduate students and College.../news/professor-emerita-carol-gilson-rosen-passes
The Office of Engagement Initiatives has awarded $1,307,580 in Engaged Curriculum Grants to 25 teams of faculty and community partners that are integrating community-engaged learning into majors and minors across the university.
This year’s awards involve 99 Cornell faculty and staff from 46 departments. The 39 community partners are from 10 countries; 11 projects are based in New York state./news/grants-create-engagement-opportunities-students
“We are recruiting the most promising emerging researchers from around the world."/news/application-portal-opens-new-klarman-fellowships