Multilingualism Research Symposium

Tuesday, May 30, 2023

We cordially invite you to join the following guest talks by Adam Winsler and Anke Lenzing:

15:30 | M003 | Student engagement and achievement in two-way immersion (Spanish-English) bilingual education programs
Adam Winsler George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

17:30 | EO 382 | Developmental stages in multilingual development
Anke Lenzing University of Innsbruck

18:30 | EO 382 | Precursors to and academic outcomes of becoming bilingual in Miami, USA
Adam Winsler George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

Adam Winsler is professor of Applied Developmental Psychology at George Mason University. His large-scale longitudinal research (N > 30.000) focuses on low-income multilinguals.

Anke Lenzing is professor of English Language Teaching at Innsbruck University. She investigates a psycholinguistic model of development in second language comprehension and production.

Contact: Prof. Dr. Kristin Kersten
Multilingualism | Multilingual Education | SLA
English Department
E-Mail: kristin.kersten