Students 2020-2021

Ellen Chapin (Political Science)

White Out: Using Surveys to Study White Nationalism, Identity, and Erasure

Katie Clayton (Political Science)

Elite Cues and Intraparty Conflict

Claire Daviss (Sociology)

Ideal Remote Workers: Exploring Gendered Implications of the Rise of Remote Work
(with Erin Macke and Emma Williams-Baron)

Alisa Feldman (Sociology)

A Conjoint Analysis of Perceptions of “Family” in the U.S.

Nathan Fleischaker (Political Science)

Forward Basing, Tripwires, Surprise Attack and Domestic Audience Costs

Yiqin Fu (Political Science)

[Project Information Forthcoming]

Mohamed Hussein (Business)

When Crossing the Aisle Gets You in Trouble: Interpersonal Consequences of Receptiveness to Opposing Views

Sasha Johfre (Sociology)

Natural-Is-Better Beliefs across Multiple Contexts

Pat Kelly (Political Science)

US Military Leaders and the Politics of War Termination

Rachel Lienesch (Political Science)

Examining the Impact of Racial Justice Policy Messaging on Support from the White Left

Erin Macke (Sociology)

Ideal Remote Workers: Exploring Gendered Implications of the Rise of Remote Work

Leah Matchett (Political Science)

Soft on Defense: How Americans Make Judgments on Candidate Hawkishness

Helena Roy (Economics)

Inference Under Selection: An Application to Social Media and Partisan Polarization

Cesar Vargas Nuñez (Political Science)

The Effects of Perspective-Taking on Attitudes towards Undocumented Immigrants and Access to Healthcare

Omar Vásquez Duque (Economics)

An Empirical Study about the Potential Stickiness of Default Search Engines

Emma Williams-Baron (Sociology)

Ideal Remote Workers: Exploring Gendered Implications of the Rise of Remote Work
(with Claire Daviss and Erin Macke)

Chenoa Yorgason (Political Science)

Level of Office and Candidate Attributes