- University of North Carolina - 104 Smith Building, CB#3155 - Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3155 - amyrey (at) email (dot) unc (dot) edu
I am a second-year Master's student at UNC. My main interests are in socio-historical linguistics as well as semantics.
This semester, I'm writing my thesis which examines the acquisition order of word boundary consonant clusters.
Specifically, I am examining whether the Noisy Harmonic Grammar Gradual Learning Algorithm may be able to model this acquisition order.
Master's, Linguistics (UNC -- Chapel Hill, in progress)
Bachelor's, Linguistics (Interdisciplinary) (Hendrix College, 2009)
Spring LING Colloquium, present . I am one of the coordinators (along with Emily Moeng) for the 2011 colloquium for the department.
LING 101 Teaching Assistant, 2010 - present . I have been acting as a Teaching Assistant for the LING 101 courses. I lead recitations on Fridays.
Spectrogram Lunch Coordinator, 2009 - 2010. I coordinated department lunches where we "solved" spectrograms.
UNC Linguistics Graduate Student Association Vice-President, 2010.
University of North Carolina
103C Smith Building, CB#3155
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3155
amyrey (at) email (dot) unc (dot) edu