Hello! I am currently an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Beloit College. Prior to coming to Beloit, I was an Eyes High postdoctoral scholar in the Political Science Department at the University of Calgary and a visiting assistant professor in the Political Science Department at Macalester College. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in 2015 where I studied American Politics and Political Methodology with a minor in Political Psychology. I study race, ethnicity, and gender in political psychology, as well as political communication and how voters interpret and react to appeals from politicians and the media. I teach courses on campaigns and elections, race and ethnicity, political polarization, media and politics, political psychology, and political participation.

My research appears in Political Behavior, American Politics ResearchAnalyses of Social Issues and Public PolicyPolitical Research Quarterly, Personality and Individual Differences, the Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties, the International Journal of Public Opinion Research, the Journal of Political Marketing, and the Canadian Journal of Political Science.

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