Winter Storm 2020: RSVP
This year's Winter Storm will take place January 14-16 and 21-23. For details about the schedule and program, check out the website:
. Thank you for taking a few minutes to RSVP. It makes our planning much easier!
UMD department, or other affiliation.
Do you plan to attend lunch, 12-1pm? On days without talks, this time will be reserved for meeting and catching up with fellow language scientists.
Rarely or not at all
Do you plan to attend the lunch talks by invited speakers?
Wednesday, 1/15: Marina Bedny (JHU) - "Nature and nurture in neurocognitive development: Insights from studies with blind individuals"
Thursday, 1/23: Shameka Johnson (Howard) - "Eleven years old, a clean slate, and rose-colored lenses: The impact of language impairments on juvenile justice
Do you plan to join the write-on-site sessions (9-11am each day)? We need to know how much coffee and cocoa to brew!
Rarely or not at all
Would you be interested in lengthier write-on-site sessions on days when no other Winter Storm activities are scheduled? It would be 3-4 hours with coffee, cocoa, and light snacks provided.
Professional development and communication
Which of the following sessions do you plan to attend (11am-noon)? These are primarily intended to benefit students, but faculty participation is extremely welcome.
How to Post-doc (postdoc/faculty panel)
Authorship and Collaboration: It’s Complicated (faculty panel)
Web Presence ≠ Website (led by Colin Phillips)
Leadership and management skills (led by Shevaun Lewis)
Developing outreach demos (led by Aaron Doliana and Erika Exton)
Research discussion/reading groups will meet 1-2pm each day. Which of the following groups would you be most interested in joining? If you'd like to start your own group, use the "other" option to let us know.
Expectations and attention in human and machine language processing (led by Colin Phillips)
Methods for analyzing eyetracking data (led by Zach Maher)
Developmental language disorder (led by Julianne Garbarino and Erika Exton)
Methods/analysis workshops will meet 3:30-5pm each day. Which do you plan to attend?
Improving your statistical questions (daily)
Data visualization (2 days TBD)
Best practices in R: organizing, visualizing, analyzing, and reporting data (1/21-1/22, led by Adam Liter)
Analyzing MEG responses to continuous speech (1/14-1/15, led by Christian Brodbeck)
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