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I am an Assistant Professor in Computer Science at Bryn Mawr College. I was previously a Roman Family Teaching and Research Fellow in Computer Science at Barnard College. I completed my PhD in Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University, where I was affiliated with the Center for Language and Speech Processing and advised by Benjamin Van Durme.

My research interests include natural language processing and computational social science. In particular, I study the reasoning capabilities and biases in natural language processing models. I also apply natural language processing to other fields to glean insights from large amounts of text. Most recently, I have been applying NLP techniques to open problems in public health and social sciences.

If you are a Bryn Mawr or Haverford student interested in natural language processing or data science research, please reach out! I have on-going and new research projects and I am open to ideas that you have as well. In general, I am excited about most problems related to data science and machine learning applied to language.

I tweet primarily about natural language processing.

Office: 200C Park Science Building
Office Hours (Fall 2022):
Wednesday 10-11am.
Phone: 610-526-5404