I am a graduate student majoring in Linguistics department at the University of Kansas.
My research work focuses on how meaning is processed and computed at word, sentential and discourse levels, and how the parser construct complex meaning flexibly and incrementally using information from multiple sources.
- Temporal expressions in Chinese
- Scalar implicature and individual differences
- Tone sandhi in Mandarin Chinese
Here's a list of the courses I teach or have taught at KU:
- Teaching Assistant for ANTH/LING106 Introductory Linguistics (Fall 2014 - present)
- Graduate Research Consultant for LING420 Capstone (Fall 2017)
- Drill Instructor for Chinese Level II (Fall 2015 - Spring 2016)
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Lawrence, KS 66045-3129