My past research and academic interests have been in computational linguistics, corpus representation and annotation, and discourse structure in natural language. For five years I worked collaboratively with my advisor and others investigating subjective (evaluative, emotive, evidential) language in internet newsgroups and American newswriting. With my shift to theological study, I am becomming interested in biblical languages and translation.
For my current curriculum vitae click here.
For what's happening in NLP at the University of Pittsburgh: click here
For more on my personal interests, try this link.
Lastly, if you're looking for the course website for my section
of CS0004, Introduction to Computer Programming,
here is where you want to look.