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Jul 05, 2016 11:24 AM EDT

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The CLS (Center for Language Science) hub in Pennsylvania State University promises bigger futures for the bilingual/multilingual language learners! Networking various fields in the concept of Bilingualism, the CLA in PennState and in various other U.S and U.K branches, surges along the tide of intertwining academic interests.

The CLS hub in the said university is currently boosting out research dialogues for this season and is pushing forward the officiating of Bilingualism as a main highlight in its program.

The main intention of the research center is to maximize the advantages of Bilingualism, not only in universities but also in the professional domains.

Of all other language research centers, the CLS frequents the concept of Bilingualism in its motions, Penn State News reported.

In other news, parallel academic engagements have long desired and glorified bilingual/multilingual skill, acquired or achieved, as a relevant tool in the whole Language and Science learning process.

Concrete evidences have shown that a developed bilingual/multilingual ability of the brain eventually enhances it to become more agile, quick and resilient to diseases, particularly the likes of the deadly Alzheimer's disease.

Hence, the study supplemented that a sustained practice of the said mental ability can astoundingly build confidence in the individual, thus preparing him/her for global-wide cross-cultural exchanges in the future, the Time reported.

The multi-faceted approaches of bilingualism or second language learning of sorts in research only mean one thing- a perfected means of communication of findings in various communities. And, to be able to interact with various community circles means bigger opportunities ahead, CLS Assistant Director Frances Blanchette said in Penn State News.

After having finally papered the program in the CLS system in the 1st of July, 2016- that Bilingualism is finally imbibed, a whole series of language-related departments in PennState immediately expressed the warmest of supports.

Meanwhile, the CLS hub in PennState finally announces its acceptance of applications for a Bilingualism Outreach Assistantship, the Penn State CLA reported. 

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