Hi there!

I’m a PhD student at Princeton University in Sociology and Social Policy, affiliated with the Office of Population Research. I study urban inequality using large-scale data and computational methods. My areas of interest include neighborhoods, housing, race & ethnicity, spatial demography, and social stratification. I’ve also done some work on the impact of air pollution on educational achievement.

I’m completing the Teaching Transcript at Princeton and taught our departmental Methods Camp to incoming graduate students in Sociology and Population Studies. I’ve also taught for the Freshman Scholars Institute and participate in ReMatch+, Princeton’s undergraduate research mentoring program.

I believe in open science and reproducible research. Along those lines, I co-founded tigeRs, the Princeton R Group (sponsored by Data-Driven Social Science) to share computational methods and applications across the university. As of 2023, I’m also working on applications of generative AI for research and teaching in the social sciences.