PhD student Kristina Strother-Garcia presented her research at the 10th
annual meeting of the Northeast Computational Phonology Circle (NECPhon)
in Amherst, MA on September 24, 2016. Kristina's talk was titled "Local
inviolable constraints: A new approach to syllable well-formedness in
The conference was also attended by current PhD student Taylor
Lampton Miller and a visiting scholar at UD, Jeroen Breteler from the
University of Amsterdam.