- PhD, University of South Carolina, 2016
- MA, University of Memphis, 2007
- BA, Maryville College, 2004
- Phonetic and sociophonetic variation in American English varieties, particularly vocalic and intonational variation
- Speech perception and speech processing
- How individual-level social attributes impact grammatical and phonetic variation
- Grammatical variation in Southern American Englishes and Appalachian Englishes
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