I am a PhD candidate in political science at the University of California, Berkeley. My research interests lie in the intersection of computational social science, political behavior, and racial and ethnic politics. My dissertation examines the links between policies and minority coalition formation in the U.S. in the 1960s and 1970s. I am broadly interested in applying computational, experimental, and survey methods to tackle questions related to identity politics.
I am a proud recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award. I’ve taught computational social science at the graduate level as a lead instructor. I am passionate about making computational methods training accessible.
- I am scheduled to give a talk at the Text Analysis across Domain Conference at UC Berkeley (November 2019).
- My paper was selected to receive the Don T. Nakanishi Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Asian Pacific American Politics at the upcoming Western Political Science Association annual meeting (September 2019).