I am an associate professor at Indiana University. (Previously, I was at Georgetown University and, before that, The Ohio State University.) My research, which you can find out more about below, has focused on the detection and correction of annotation errors in corpora.
Projects I am or have been involved with:
I served as co-PI of the DECCA project, Detection of Errors and Correction in Corpus Annotation, as part of NSF grant IIS 0623837
For non-linguistic friends and family, I wrote up a primer on what my first publication was about. You can find that here.
My beautiful wife, Stephanie, is a brilliant statistician over at the Indiana Statistical Consulting Center (ISCC).
My dad, Ron, is the head minister at the First United Methodist Church in O'Fallon, IL; be sure to check out his recent sermons, along with some devotionals from my mom, Phyllis, who also does a lot with their church.
My brother, Colby, is an assistant professor at Loyola University. (Systematic theology goes well with computational linguistics.)
I'm working on a page to highlight the great relationship I have with my brother-in-law Jeff. You can see what I have so far here.
We attend a church in Bloomington called Exodus and like it a great deal. Good times.