I am a Lab Fellow in the American Politics Research lab and a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Colorado Boulder with concentrations in American politics and Research Methodology. My research focuses on political behavior, political psychology, political communication, race and gender, and research methods. My current projects use computational methods to study the differing communicative styles that politicians may use and how those differences affect the public’s view of political events. I received my B.S. in Political Science from Boise State University in 2019.
Ph.D. Political Science - Concentrations in American Politics and Methodology, Present
University of Colorado Boulder
B.S. Political Science - Concentrations in American Politics and Public Policy, 2019
Boise State University
Primary tool used for research. Also currently maintaining an R package that I built (see ScrapeCongress).
Have Training in: GLM, MLM, Structural Equations Modeling, Experimental Methods, Text Analysis, Bayesian Statistics
Political Science, dabble in social psychology and communication
Use Python for tasks not suitable in R. Looking to use it more often.