TEACHING INTEREST

Substantive Topics: political psychology; religion and politics; Islam and democracy; political behavior; campaigns and elections

Research Methods: linear models; experiments and causal inference; intro to Bayesian analysis; computational statistics, particularly bootstrap and Monte Carlo methods.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Fall 2018. Data and Politics. Undergraduate class. Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame.

Spring 2018. Political Behavior. Undergraduate class. Department of Political Science, Islamic State University of Jakarta (UIN Jakarta).

Spring 2018. Quantitative Methodology. Undergraduate class. Department of Political Science, Islamic State University of Jakarta (UIN Jakarta).

Fall 2017. Religion and Politics in the U.S. and around the World (Graduate-level). Team-teaching with Prof. Geoffrey Layman. Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame.

Spring 2016. World Politics: Intro to Comparative Politics (Undergraduate-level). Teaching assistant for Prof. Robert Dowd. Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame.

Fall 2014. Maximum Likelihood and Limited Dependent Variables (Graduate-level). Statistical assistant for the department and teaching assistant for Prof. Gary Hollibaugh. Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame.

Fall 2014. Math for Political Scientists (Graduate-level). Statistical assistant for the department and teaching assistant for Prof. Gary Hollibaugh. Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame.