Curriculum Vitae

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Boston University, Political Science
ABD, 5/2018
Qualifying Examinations in Comparative Politics and Methodology, 9/2016
(2014 – Present)

Master of Arts, New York University, Politics
Concentration in Comparative Politics
(2011 – 2013)

Bachelor of Arts, Boston University, Political Science
Minor in History
(2007 – 2011)

Teaching and Research Experience

Instructor
Politics of the Extremes, Boston University
(2019)

Teaching Fellow
Foundations of American Public Policy
(2018)

Instructor
Introduction to Comparative Politics, Boston University
(2017)

Teaching Fellow
Formal Theory
(2017)

Research Assistant
Project: “Competitiveness, Demand-Shocks and Governance Structure: Competing Explanations of the Eurozone Debt Crisis”
Professor Sofia Perez
(2016-2018)

Teaching Fellow
Introduction to American Politics and Government
(2015-2016)

Teaching Fellow
Introduction to Public Policy
(2015)

Research Assistant
Project: “Capitol Gains: The Returns to Elected office from Corporate Board Directorships”
Professor Maxwell Palmer
(2015)

Research Assistant
Project: “The American Anomaly: U.S. Politics and Government in Comparative Perspective”
Professor Raymond Smith
(2013)

Publications

“Review of Quiet Politics and Business Power: Corporate Control in Europe and Japan by Pepper D. Culpepper.”
Journal of Political Inquiry at New York University, Vol. 5, No. 5
(2012)

Papers Delivered at Conference

Identifying the Radical-Center: An Empirical Analysis of Party Families
Co-authored with Vivien Schmidt
Presented at the 77th annual Midwest Political Science Association conference
(2019)

All That’s Left: The Politics of Crisis and Social Pacts
Presented at the 114th annual American Political Science Association conference
(2018)

Welfare Chauvinism and Neoliberal Realignment: Rethinking the Radical Right
Presented at the 75th annual Midwest Political Science Association conference
(2017)

The Enemy of My Enemy is Not Necessarily My Friend: Partisanship’s Impact Upon Retrenchment
Presented at the 45th annual Northeastern Political Science Association conference
(2013)

Lending a Helping Hand and Heterogeneity: The Impact of Ethnic Diversity upon the Welfare State
Presented at the 44th annual Northeastern Political Science Association conference
(2012)

Awards

Departmental Prize in Teaching Excellence
Boston University

Summer Research Fellowship
Boston University

Teaching Fellowship
Boston University

Dean’s Fellowship
Boston University

Nominated for Best Graduate Student Paper in Political Theory
NPSA

Graduate-level Methodology Coursework

Causal Analysis
ICPSR

Longitudinal Analysis
ICPSR

Maximum Likelihood Analysis

Applied Regression Analysis

Formal Theory

Skills

Statistical
R, Stata, SPSS

Computing
LaTeX, Black Board, Microsoft Office Suite

Language
English – Native, French – Limited Reading Proficiency

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