I am a second-year PhD student in Computer Science at the University of California, Los Angeles advised by Kai-Wei Chang. I am supported by the Eugene V. Cota-Robles Fellowship. My research interests are in NLP fairness and robustness, specifically in the debiasing and mitigation of social biases in text data across various domains and fields.
Previously, I received my Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Mathematics with a minor in Physics from Emory University in 2022.
Will the Prince Get True Love’s Kiss? On the Model Sensitivity to Gender Perturbation over Fairytale Texts Christina Chance, Da Yin, Dakuo Wang, Kai-Wei Chang [PDF] Leveraging Language Models to Detect Greenwashing Avalon Vinella*, Margaret Capetz*, Rebecca Pattichis*, Christina Chance*, Reshmi Ghosh [PDF] Zoom Audio Transcription Accuracy for African American Vernacular English Christina Chance, Dorian Arnold Honor's Thesis (High Honors) [PDF]