I also work as a Researcher and Data Analyst in the College of Arts and Sciences' Office of the Dean, where I work on projects related to Planning and Analytics.
As a trained researcher and linguist, I excel in collecting data, identifying patterns, and telling stories. I am excited about finding new ways to leverage my extensive knowledge about communication, language-based problem solving, and teaching in the STEM world!
Department of Linguistics
609 Baldy Hall
University at Buffalo, North Campus
Buffalo, NY, 14260
Office: 444 Baldy Hall
Email: aflawson (at) Buffalo (dot) edu
An industry-facing resume as well as full academic C.V. can be found below.
I recently presented some of my dissertation research at the Linguistics Society of America Annual Meeting, January 3, 2019. Please find below a PDF version of my poster that you are free to download and reference/cite at will. Please keep in mind that this is a) a work in progress and b) part of my larger dissertation. Please feel free to contact me to talk about this or anything else related to my research!
Here are some things that I think other people might find useful. Where relevant, I have indicated the source/authorship
For my dissertation, I ran a self-paced reading study. I built the experiment using IbexFarm and recruited participants via Amazon Mechanical Turk. I relied heavily on the experitse of others while learning how to execute these tasks. Below are some of the resources I found helpful while working on this project:
As a final note, I built this website myself using the Bootstrap template. Please excuse any formatting weirdness as I'm still learning HTML and CSS. Any comments or suggestions are greatly appreciated!