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Bilingualism Matters @UofSC

We live in a diverse world where communicating and connecting with others across languages is incredibly important.  As globalization continues to impact all sectors of society (e.g., education, business, policy), multilingualism becomes necessary in order to govern the needs and cross-cultural contexts of the changing world. With this, it is increasingly vital for a wide range of partners (e.g., universities, schools, businesses, community organizations) to collaborate in order to best support students’ abilities to be the future leaders of a global world. Bilingualism Matters @USC will serve as a resource to facilitate these discussions.

Now Accepting Proposals for 2020 Conference

We are now accepting proposals for the Bilingualism Matters 2020 Conference. The deadline for submissions has been extended to December 20. A wide variety of opportunities are available.

Please visit the Proposal Submission Form for more information.

 

Now Accepting Conference Exhibit and Advertising Applications for 2020 Conference

We are now accepting Conference Exhibit and Advertising for the Bilingualism Matters 2020 Conference. The deadline for submissions is January 1st 2020. A wide variety of opportunities are available.

Please visit the Vendor Exhibit and Advertising Form for more information.

 

About Bilingualism Matters @UofSC

Bilingualism Matters @ the University of South Carolina is a branch of an international network that started in Edinburgh, Scotland. We are one of five branches in the United States and 1 of over 20 worldwide.

Locally, we conduct research and partner with local school districts to promote awareness about bilingualism, develop sound instructional practices, and share resources with the community. We believe that real change happens through dialogue between researchers and the community. We work in partnership with families, teachers, policy makers, and the business sector to help impact people’s daily lives.


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