Collaborators and Research Assistants

At Trinity University, Princeton University, and the University of Michigan, I have been fortunate to work with terrific collaborators and research assistants. They are listed below, along with links to their web pages or LinkedIn profiles.

Collaborators:

  • Casey Burgat, Assistant Professor, Legislative Affairs Program Director, The George Washington Graduate School of Political Management
  • Charles M. Cameron, Professor of Politics and Public Affairs, Princeton University
  • Lee Drutman, Senior Fellow, New America Foundation Political Reform Program
  • Alexander C. Furnas, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Northwestern University
  • Daniel Gibbs, Ph.D. Candidate in Politics, Princeton University
  • Richard L. Hall, Professor, University of Michigan
  • Michael T. Heaney, Research Fellow, University of Glasgow
  • Federica Izzo, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of California, San Diego
  • Gleason Judd, Assistant Professor of Politics, Princeton University
  • Patricia A. Kirkland, Assistant Professor of Politics and Public Affairs, Princeton University
  • Mary Kroeger, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • Timothy LaPira, Professor of Political Science, James Madison University
  • Geoffrey Lorenz, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
  • Michael Olson, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Washington University of St. Louis
  • Srinivas C. Parinandi, Assistant Professor, University of Colorado, Boulder
  • James Strickland, Assistant Professor, School of Politics and Global Studies, Arizona State University
  • George Tsebelis, Anatol Rapoport Collegiate Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan
  • Craig Volden, Professor of Public Policy and Politics, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Director of the Center for Effective Lawmaking, University of Virginia
  • Alan Wiseman, Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor of Political Economy, Vanderbilt University

Research Assistants:

Trinity University’s ongoing commitment to experiential learning has provided a series of opportunities to engage undergraduates in research. These have included competitive fellowship programs, such as the Murchison Program, as well as for-credit independent study courses during both the academic year and summer session. I am delighted to have joined a university with this commitment to experiential learning through research, and I would be proud to serve as a reference for any of the following students.

Current Research Assistants:

Prior to working at Trinity, the University of Michigan afforded me the opportunity, through its Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) and Independent Study program, to mentor and work with undergraduate researchers. I selected each of the following students as research assistants after observing their performance in the classroom and/or a professional interview process, and I was fortunate to gain experience mentoring Michigan’s excellent students.

In addition to these research assistants, I have also co-mentored a large number of research assistants with both Michael Heaney and Rick Hall.