Current Teaching

Advanced Causal Inference (graduate)


Advanced Analysis of Political Data (undergraduate)

Past Teaching

Harvard Kennedy School API-202Z: Empirical Methods II (accelerated section), Teaching Fellow, Spring 2015 and 2016, Amitabh Chandra


Harvard University Government 50: Intro to Political Science Research Methods, Teaching Fellow and Head Teaching Fellow, Fall 2013 and 2014 respectively, Arthur Spirling


Harvard University Government 99: Senior Thesis Writers' Workshop, Teaching Fellow, Fall 2013


Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs: The Politics of Policymaking, Teaching Assistant and Associate Faculty, Fall 2009 and 2010 respectively, Ken Prewitt and Robert Lieberman

Graduate Advising

If you are interested in working with me and my colleagues at UC Merced, please apply for our PhD program, deadline January 15.


Our department excels in political economy and political behavior, with a technical focus on quantitative methods and formal theory. We offer a competitive 5-year tuition and stipend package to all graduate students. Learn more here


I supervise graduate students working on American politics, political behavior, and topics in causal inference. Please reach out if you have any questions.