Oct. 2019: Conference on New Directions in Analyzing Text as Data, Stanford University.
Apr. 2019: Computational Social Science Institute Seminar, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Nov. 2018: New Methods in Computational Sociolinguistics, Leiden, Netherlands.
June 2018: Summer Dialect Research Project, Department of Linguistics, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Apr. 2017: Data Science Research Symposium, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Apr. 2017: Computational Linguistics Workshop, Department of Linguistics, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Nov. 2016: CS Colloquium, Wellesley College.
Fall 2018: Abe Handler, Katherine Keith, and I co-designed and co-taught a freshman computer science seminar, Ethical Issues Surrounding Artificial Intelligence Systems and Big Data.
Spring 2017: Teaching assistant for Advanced Natural Language Processing (graduate).
Pretty thrilled that our work was cited in Gretchen McCulloch’s awesome Because Internet!
Our work was described in the MIT Technology Review! AI Programs Are Learning to Exclude Some African-American Voices, August 2017.
At UMass, I have been involved with CS Women and Graduate Women in STEM and helped to organize a Male Allyship Workshop in fall 2017.