With my students of CS 249 Data, Analytics, and Visualization (Spring '16), who presented at the Ruhlman '16 conference. From left to right: Eni Mustafaraj, Kate Kenneally '18, Nina-Marie Amadeo '18, Whitney Fahnbulleh '17, Anne Schwartz '18, Mary-Ruth Ngo '17, Clara Sorensen '18, Maja Svanberg '18,
Jackie Hom '18. Partially in the photo: Christina Pollalis '16 and Meredith McCormak-Mager '16. Photo credit: Violet Luo '16.
Current and Past Students
I work with students in various settings: summer reesarch, SERP (sophomore early research program), indepedent studies, projects with other colleagues, and in my research lab during the academic year.
2018-2019Cred-Lab members: Emma Lurie '19 (also doing a honors thesis), Khonzoda Umarova '20 (CS 350 Independent Study in Fall 2018), Annabel Rothschild '20 (overseeing the Wikipedia NOW project), Mileva Van Tuyl '21 (SERP recipient), Anna Kawakami '21 (SERP recipient), Destiny Zhu '21.
2017-2018: Cred-Lab: Emma Lurie '19, Khonzoda Umarova '20, Ana Fernandez '20 (SERP), Emily Wang '20 (SERP), Ellie Czepiel '20. New additions in 2018: Annabel Rothschild '20,
Ngina Kariuki '19, Dorothy Sun '19, Destiny Zhu '21, and Fatima Irfan '21.
DAV-Lab: Clara Sorensen '18, Anne Schwartz '18, Riley Rettig '20 (Fall '17).
Other projects: Jess Abramson '19, Isabelle Lee '20, Ethan Chiu (WHS), Maja Svanberg '18.
Independent Studies: Meha Ahluwalia '20, Tamara Deshong '19 (working on a digital humanities
project for Prof. Ray Starr (Classics)).
Science Center Summer Research: Destiny Zhu '21, Jun Ru Anderson '21, Jennifer Huang '18, Tamara Deshong '19.
2016-2017: Anne Schwartz '18, Clara Sorensen '18, Andrea Jackson '18,
Adriana Tan '19 (SERP), Claire Beyette '19 (SERP), Ethan Chiu (WHS), Khonzoda Umarova '20, Ella Chao '18, Belize Inamahoro '19, Eliza McNair '18, Mary-Ruth Ngo '17, Maja Svangerg '18, Kate Kenneally '18.
2014-2015: Misha Olynyk '16, Megan Chen '17, Jessica Bu '17 (SERP), Sunnia Ye '17,
Meltem Ozcan '17, Lucy Shen '17.
If you are a Wellesley College student interested in doing
research with me please drop me a line. Students of all years and all majors
are welcome. Some of my research projects don't need programming skills, thus,
previous exposure to programming or CS courses is not required.