I am a Ph.D. candidate in social psychology working with David Pizarro (Cornell), Tom Gilovich (Cornell), and Melissa Ferguson (Yale). Using a combination of experimental methods and large-scale survey data, I study how moral judgment, political ideology, and religious belief interact with and influence one another, and how these relationships impact intergroup behavior, social change, and how we perceive others.
Before starting my graduate work at Cornell, I completed a post-baccalaureate certificate in Psychology & Social Behavior at UC Irvine, where I worked with Jacqueline Chen, Paul Piff, Pete Ditto, and Azim Shariff.
PhD in Social Psychology, 2023 (expected)
MA in Social Psychology, 2020
Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Psychology & Social Behavior, 2016
BA in Music (cello performance & music composition), 2010