About Me

Hi! I am a postdoc at the University of Michigan, where I work with Rada Mihalcea and Lu Wang. I am currently investigating bias in texts across languages and cultures.

I did my PhD at Johns Hopkins University's Center for Language and Speech Processing, where I worked with David Yarowsky on NLP across thousands of languages, with a focus on low-resource languages.

Before that, I received my MSE in computer science from JHU in 2017, and I received a BS in computer science as a Turing Scholar and BA in Latin from UT Austin, where I worked with Katrin Erk on computational semantics.

I am broadly interested in anything multilingual. Most of my publications are related to multilinguality, machine translation, or historical linguistics, but I have occasionally dabbled in other fields. Please see the Publications page for more details. I also enjoy teaching and have taught in a variety of settings. In addition, I am an avid musician.

You can reach me at wuws at umich dot edu.