I am a fellow with the Strategic Data Project based at the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University. I work for EiE, the curriculum department of the Musuem of Science, Boston, evaluating our engineering activities for children.
I got my PhD at Brandeis University, where I worked with Dr. Jennifer Gutsell in the Social Interaction and Motivation lab, and used a variety of methods including electroencephalography (EEG), traditional psychological questionnaires, implicit measures, and structural and hierarchical modeling to study group biases and dehumanization.
I previously taught in the Psychology department at Williams College, and before graduate school I worked at Facing History and Ourselves. I remain dedicated to teaching about and trying to prevent humanity’s worst behaviors. When not researching or teaching, I do other things, like singing.
PhD in Psychology, 2020
Masters in Psychology, 2017
BA in History and French, 2013