Ph.D., Statistics, Carnegie Mellon, 2006.
Thesis: Developing Models to Reveal Brain Activation in Massive Neuroimaging Datasets
M.S., Machine Learning, Carnegie Mellon, 2002.
Master's project: A Boosting Approach to Topic Spotting on Subdialogues
B.S., with University and College Honors, Statistics (Computer Science Minor), Carnegie Mellon, 1999.
Honors thesis: Finding Galactic Clusters in Massive Astrophysical Datasets
Kary's CV (updated March 2013) has a complete list of her publications.