Professor of Political Science, Data Science & Public Policy

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I am Professor of Political Science, Data Science, and Public Policy at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. My research focuses on the causes of armed conflict and its consequences for civilians, and uses methods including survey and lab-in-the-field experiments, new observational datasets, and geospatial data. I have written three books as well as peer-reviewed articles in outlets such as the Journal of Politics, Emotion, and the Journal of Conflict Resolution. This work has been recognized by the Experimental Research Section of the American Political Science Association and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s First Citizens Medal. I also have written for more public-facing outlets, including the Washington Post, Parameters, and Political Violence at a Glance.