I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Dartmouth College with the Nelson A.Rockefeller Center. I received my Ph.D. from UNC Chapel Hill in 2019, where I specialized in political behavior/psychology and quantitative methodology.
My current research primarily deals with psychological bases of polarization and partisan bias. I also have a working paper on conjoint experimental design in political science, which examines how different types of conjoint design affect subjects’ preferences.
I have taught a range of political science courses including: Introduction to U.S. Government, Analyzing Public Opinion, and Quantitative Research in Political Science.
Outside of political science research, I am an avid Brazilian Jiu Jitsu enthusiast.