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Cheyenne Wing

About Cheyenne Wing

PhD student in Computational Linguistics and Human Language Technology


  • Visiting researcher at the Language Technology Institute at Carnegie-Mellon University researching natural language processing for less-resourced languages.

Research Interests

Natural language processing for less-resourced languages, computational linguistics, accessibility of Indigenous languages documentation, Native American language revitalization, Tohono O'odham grammar.

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Contact Information

Cheyenne Wing
NSF Graduate Research Fellow


MA in Native American Languages and Linguistics, University of Arizona 2020