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BYU students share language learning research at the 2023 EUROCALL Conference.
How an epilepsy diagnosis influences Skyler Russell’s educational journey at BYU.
Christopher Blythe wins the Best Anthology Award for his book.
Jim Law explains how motion verbs become discourse markers.
Professor Chris Crowe reflects on the success of Latter-day Saint authors in YA literature.
Joey Stanley publishes findings about the decline of the classic southern accent in Georgia.
BYU Honors student publishes thesis on diversity in publishing.
HUM Grant recipient presents sociolinguistic research in Brussels, Belgium.
Troy Cox accepts position as coordinator of the newly established Language Sciences Laboratory.
College of Humanities professors lecture on how the humanities inspire empathy.
AI won’t replace teachers anytime soon, but it can be used for language learning and teaching, explains Rob Reynolds.
College of Humanities professors lecture on the power of a good book.