Photo: Bjeshkët e Nemuna (Albanian Alps)
I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Wellesley College in Wellesley, MA, USA.
Wellesley College is a women's liberal arts college, and I love teaching here, because
I can contribute in educating the women who will change the face of computational technology. To learn about
the courses I teach, visit the teaching page. I study web-based, socio-technical systems, and currently I'm interested in the problem of assessing the credibility of online sources. Visit the research page to learn more. During my time at Wellesley, I have
been fortunate to work with a large number of extremely talented and creative
Wellesley students. Their thirst for knowledge and curiosity about everything inspires me.
Due to the current political situation, I feel it's important to state that I'm proud of being an immigrant (as there are several of my colleagues in the CS department). I came to the States in 2007, as you'll read in the about me page. Finally, extras.
I am in the editorial board of The Spoke, an Albright Institute faculty initiative. Please get in touch if you would like to contribute to The Spoke.
If you are a Wellesley students, who would like to talk with me, feel free to book an appointment slot (or more) in my Calendar page.
August 15, 2017
Published a Medium post titled: Presidents in the Klan? SEO techniques to hack history.
August 10, 2017
Wellesley Daily Shot wrote about my recent research.
August 1, 2017
Published a Medium blog post titled: The fake news story that fooled even Maggie Haberman.
July 28, 2017
My summer research students, Emma Lurie '19 and Khonzoda Umarova '20 won the best CS/Math poster prize. Emma was also interviewed for the Daily Shot.
July 21, 2017
Published a Medium blog post titled: Are Women Evil? Hacking Google's earch results.