Students interested in conducting research in topics of political behavior, citizenship, prejudice, or immigration in a global context are welcome to work with me as part of my Political Behavior lab. Our lab will meet weekly to workshop individual projects, discuss advances in the recent literature, and hone our professional development skills. Membership in the lab requires a commitment to attending weekly meetings ready to provide active and meaningful feedback to fellow lab-mates. Any students interested in learning more about or joining the political behavior lab should contact me via email or meet with me during my office hours.
Graduate School & the Academic Job Search
Below, current students can find a collection of tips, tricks, and advice for successfully navigating graduate school and the academic job market.
“Navigating the Post-Doc Job Market” APSA Political Science Now
APSA Career Fair - Thursday August, 29
Resources for Conducting Research
These resources are excellent venues to assist students in their research in citizenship, immigration, European politics, and political science broadly.
Maastricht Centre for Citizenship, Migration and Development (MACIMIDE)
The International Migration Policy And Law Analysis (IMPALA) Database
GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)
Global Citizenship Observatory (GLOBALCIT)
Prospective graduate students will work with me on projects from a wide range of theoretical and empirical perspectives of comparative political behavior. Students interested in pursuing graduate school to review our department’s webpage to learn more about our programs, admissions process, and funding packages. Those with additional questions should feel free to contact me.