MultiLing is announcing three MA grants of 15 000 NOK each to students who are writing their theses on topics within MultiLing's three research themes.
A long term collaborator and friend of MultiLing, Hirut Woldemariam has spent her career breaking glass ceilings and providing a model to empower women in leadership and promote increased gender equality in Ethiopia.
During the coronavirus pandemic, researchers were able to study children’s language development at home. While passive screen time gets in the way of learning, only 15 minutes of shared reading can work wonders for the vocabulary.
Luca Onnis joined MultiLing in March 2022 as an Associate Professor in Multilingualism.
Unn Røyneland and Ingebjørg Tonne share their thoughts on future directions for MultiLing, on the preconditions for excellent research, and on the need to take good care of corona-isolated PhDs and postdoctoral fellows.
EyeHub is announcing two MA grants of 10 000 NOK each to students who are writing about or using eye-tracking and/or pupillometry in their thesis.
A new master’s programme at the University of Oslo will prepare students to work in a multilingual Norway and beyond.