Several current students and alumni presented their research at the 9th North American Phonology Conference at Concordia University in Montreal, QC this weekend. Adam Jardine gave a talk titled "Graph pattern learning for long-distance phonotactics". Kristina Strother-Garcia gave a talk titled "Characterizing syllable well-formedness usinginviolable constraints over formal word models". Taylor Lampton Miller presented a poster titled "A finite-‐state approachto pronominal prefixes in Kiowa’s polysynthetic verb." Hossep Dolation's poster "The computational complexity of the phonology-to-phonetics conversion interface" was also displayed. Alumna Jane Chandlee, now avisiting assistant professor at Haverford College, gave a talk titled"Logical characterizations of local and long-distance phonologicalagreement" and contributed to a workshop on phonological pedagogy. Alumnus Karthik Durvasula, now an assistant professor at Michigan StateUniversity, co-presented a talk titled "Complexity of featuregeneralizations and learnability."