Language Resource Center
Our mission is to connect, support, and empower language learners and teachers. The LRC provides flexible physical and virtual spaces, facilitates access to resources, and advocates best practices.
From Ithaca to Hawaii to Ecuador, students in the Robert S. Harrison College Scholars Program in the College of Arts & Sciences took advantage of the summer as a time to explore their research interests.Read More
An album featuring the work of Daniel Gaibel, former information technology manager for the Language Resource Center (LRC), will debut this weekend at the Ithaca Festival.Read More
The inaugural Lisa Sansoucy Language Scholar Award was awarded to Aliou Gambrel, a graduating senior who studied Wolof as part of the Shared Course Initiative. The award is named in memory of our friend and colleague Lisa Sansoucy, who passed away in December of 2021. It recognizes a student who exc...Read More
Growing up, Anna Chen '24 observed firsthand one of the primary barriers for immigrants: language.The daughter of Chinese immigrants, she often served as the interpreter and translator for her parents and extended family. "I saw how they were penalized for not being able to speak English fluently," ...Read More
The Language Resource Center (LRC) welcomes a new team member, Dr. Emma Britton. As the LRC Coordinator of Language Learning Initiatives, Emma will work closely with faculty, staff, and students across the university to develop and institutionalize new models of language learning. Emma received her ...Read More
On Cornell’s eighth Giving Day, held March 16, 15,905 alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents and friends from more than 80 countries made gifts totaling a record-breaking $12,268,629.Read More
Speaking of Language: The LRC Podcast
The LRC Podcast features weekly discussions about language learning and pedagogy, highlighting the work we and our partners do on campus and in the community. A typical episode is hosted by a member of the LRC and introduces new initiatives, teaching ideas, or general trends in second language learning and teaching. Look for new episodes with every semester at Cornell University. Listen to the most recent episode here, and binge on our archived episodes.