Skills

Programming

Statistics

Monitoring & Evaluation

Quantitative Methods

Qualitative Methods

Teaching

Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science

Texas Christian University

Aug 2017 – Present Fort Worth, Texas
At TCU, I teach courses in Political Methodology (Quantitative & Qualitative), Data Science, African Politics, and Comparative Politics.
 
 
 
 
 

Visiting Professor, Department of Computer Science

McGill University

Jun 2017 – Present Montreal, Canada
Designer and implementer of the annual Policy and Data Science (PODS) program, a one month intensive bootcamp designed to bring recent humanities & social science graduates from novices to capable data scientists.
 
 
 
 
 

Partner

Large-N Analysis, Inc.

Jan 2011 – Present Global
I am a partner at Large-N Analysis, Inc., a consultancy firm that specializes in research design, methodology, and data analysis for monitoring and evaluation projects, primarily with large international organizations and governments in the developing world.

Teaching

Quantitative Methods for Political Science

Introduction to African Politics

Scope & Methods for Political Science

Interdisciplinary Inquiry

Introduction to Data Science Using R

Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics

Introduction to Comparative Politics

Introduction to Monitoring & Evaluation for Development: Theory & Practice

Introduction to African Politics

Introduction to African Politics

Recent Publications

(2019). Covering the Court: Media Framing of Physician-Assisted Dying Litigation from Rodriguez to Carter. What’s #Trending in Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Sphere.

(2019). Research Ethics. Key Concepts in Research Methods.

(2017). Who Holds Influence Over WTO Jurisprudence. Journal of International Economic Law.

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