I am a Ph.D Candidate in the Department of Political Science at Duke University. My research explores how citizens interact with information about politics and form attitudes. I am particularly interested in the origins and consequences of political misinformation and misperceptions.
I am affiliated with the Duke Polarization Lab and Duke Initiative on Survey Methodology. I received my B.A. in psychology and political science from the University of Richmond in 2014 and prior to beginning my Ph.D. I was an analyst at Deloitte Consulting in Washington D.C. (last name pronounced without the “u”).
PhD in Political Science (Political Behavior & Political Methodology), 2021 (Expected)
MA in Political Science, 2018
BA in Psychology, Political Science, 2014
University of Richmond