About /'lɑɹ.ə 'mɑɹ.ʔɪn/
I am a PhD student in Human-Centered Computing at Georgia Tech's School of Interactive Computing. My advisor is Dr. Mark Riedl. Click the Research tab above to find out more about what I'm currently doing.
I have an MS in Language Technologies from LTI at Carnegie Mellon University in their School of Computer Science. I was a part of CMU's Women@SCS club, volunteering at middle schools to teach kids about computer science (especially to get more girls involved).
I got my BS in Computer Science and Linguistics from Rutgers University with Honors from the School of Arts and Sciences, and I graduated Magna Cum Laude. I was president of the Women in Computer Science club and treasurer for the Undergraduate Linguistics Club for the last two years of my undergraduate career.
I have had internships at the University of Southern California's Institute for Creative Technologies and Verizon Wireless. I have also been a research assistant/residential assistant for a REU at Rutgers.
I enjoy playing computer games, SCUBA diving, playing piano and accordion, collecting accents, and doing random craft projects.