About

This profile was current as of 2018, when he was part of the on-campus Kellogg community.

I am a doctoral student in the Department of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame with specializations in American and comparative politics. Concurrent with my Ph.D, I also completed a Master’s degree in Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics (ACMS), where I focused on Bayesian analysis and computational statistics.

I am honored to be the recipient of Notre Dame’s Notebaert Premier Fellowship (six years) and Mellon Fellowship in Religion. Before coming to Notre Dame, I completed a master’s degree in social psychology at Loyola University Chicago under a Fulbright scholarship (2011-2013). In the summer of 2012, I interned as political data analyst at Barack Obama’s Presidential Campaign Headquarters in Chicago.

My academic interests cover a range of topics, including religion and politics, political psychology, religious freedom, social and political tolerance, and political networks. Methodologically, I am interested in experimental methods, causal inference, Bayesian analysis, and simulation techniques.My academic interests cover a range of topics, including religion and politics, political psychology, religious freedom, social and political tolerance, and political networks. Methodologically, I am interested in experimental methods, causal inference, Bayesian analysis, and simulation techniques.

PhD Year
2018
Thematic Interests

My academic interests cover a range of topics, including religion and politics, political psychology, religious freedom, social and political tolerance, and political networks. Methodologically, I am interested in experimental methods, causal inference, Bayesian analysis, and simulation techniques.

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