Curriculum Vitae (Updated September 13, 2016)


I am a fourth year Doctoral Student in Linguistics at the University of Connecticut. My main area of research is in First Language Acquisition, working with Dr. William Snyder. Particularly, I am interested in English-speaking children’s understanding of passive sentences and how experimental manipulations may help children reveal more than they let on. 
     I have also dabbled in other areas of linguistics research as well, including Neurolinguistics and Compositional Semantics.