Early childhood bilingualism: Effects on brain structure and function: Research Associate at UCL Continue reading
It’s time for another one of these updates!
We are very pleased to announce that Amos Paran, Andrea Revesz and Myrrh Domingo (as PI) have won a grant from the Centre for Distance Education for a proposal called ‘Exploring factors that influence the impact of MOOC learning on participants’ professional practice’. Continue reading
The Swedish translation of Ofelia Garcia and Li Wei’s BAAL book Prize winning book, Translanguaging is out. Check it out! (Or you can read it in English, if that’s easier.)
Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in TESOL and Applied Linguistics, UCL Centre for Applied Linguistics, University College London (UCL), UK- Ref:1708693 Continue reading
This week sees the publication of ‘Metaphor, Cancer and the End of Life: a corpus-based study’ by Elena Semino, Zsófia Demjén, Andrew Hardie, Sheila Payne and Paul Rayson. The book is the culmination of an ESRC-funded project on metaphors used to talk about cancer and the end of life in the UK by Lancaster University and University College London researchers. Continue reading
We’ve just received news that a project led by Prof. Li Wei has been funded by the Leverhulme Trust!
The project, called ‘Early childhood bilingualism: Effects on brain structure and function’, will run for 36 months and open up new collaborations with colleagues in the Institute of Child Health.
We will keep the updates coming.
We are very pleased to begin the new academic year by announcing that Miguel Pérez-Milans has received funding from UCL’s global engagement funds, as part of the East Asia scheme: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/global/funding-opportunities/ucl-global-engagement-funds/global-engagement-funds
Meanings, Practices and Trajectories of Internationalisation in China: A pilot Study in Higher Education. Continue reading
Those of you keeping an eye on us, will have noticed a new page to our website. We are and will be featuring our present and past visiting scholars on the page and in a series of blog posts. Here’s the first.