Recent Honors and Awards
Most junior scholar ever to be chosen as a reviewer for APSR (2019).
Cum laude latin honors from Duke University (2016).
Alona E. Evans Prize for Excellence in International Law (2016).
Distinction (Departmental Honors) in Political Science (2016)
Duke University Undergraduate Research Grant (2015).
Pi Sigma Alpha (National Political Science Honor Society) (2015).
McNair Scholars Program and National Name Exchange (2015, 2016).
Trinity College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s List (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015).
Other Relevant Skills
Strong working knowledge of surveys, quantitative and qualitative research methodology.
Training and Certification in the Responsible Conduct of Research (Duke University & Princeton University).
Training and Certification in the Conduct of Research with Human Subjects (Duke University).
Extensive experience using statistical software for data analysis (STATA and R).
Excellent database management and data visualization skills.
Advanced computer and internet skills, including with IBM Lotus Notes and WordPress.
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, MS Outlook).
Spanish (native; spoken at home).
English (native; language of education).
French (fluent; DALF C1 qualification).
Latin (fluent; GCSE qualification with grade A+).