I’m an assistant professor of political science at the University of South Carolina. I completed my Ph.D. in Political Science at Duke University in the spring of 2019.
In my research, I write about armed conflict, security and development, and post-conflict transitions. You can also find some of my writing at Political Violence at a Glance, where I am a permanent contributor. At USC, I teach courses on the study of political violence and quantitative methodology.
I am also affiliated with the DevLab@Duke where I collaborate on the design and evaluation of international development programs. To date I have worked on projects for USAID and the World Bank in Colombia, Indonesia, and Guatemala.
PhD in Political Science, 2019
MA in Political Science, 2016
BA in Political Science, 2013
University of Florida