About Me

I am a currently a postdoc at the LazerLab at the Network Science Institute at Northeastern University and a fellow at Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science. In July of 2018, I’ll be joining the Computer Science Department at the University of Buffalo. If you’re interested in working together, get a hold of me!

I completed my graduate work in the Societal Computing program in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, where I studied under Kathleen Carley in the CASOS lab.

My research focuses on obtaining a better understanding of the dynamics and cognitive representations of stereotypes and prejudice, and their interrelationships with sociocultural structure. In my work, I leverage a variety of machine learning/NLP methods, agent-based modeling strategies and socio-cognitive theories.

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Recent-ish Stuff

Selected Publications, etc.

For a full list, see my CV or Google Scholar page

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