Collaborators and Research Assistants

During my time at 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
  • 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
  • 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:

The University of Michigan has afforded me the opportunity, through its Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) and Independent Study program, to mentor and work with some marvelous undergraduate researchers. I selected each of the following students as research assistants only after observing their performance in the classroom and/or a professional interview process. I am very proud of Michigan’s commitment to undergraduate involvement in research, and should you be interested in hiring one of these students, I am happy to serve as a reference for each one of them.

Past Research Assistants:

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