I am a second year Ph.D. student at the School of Information at the University of Michigan. My advisor is Libby Hemphill. My research centers around using data science and statistics to analyze political science data, especially social media activity of politicians and national representative surveys in the US and India. I am keen to explore political preferences of diverse immigrant groups in the United States, especially Asian Americans and Latinos, in my doctoral studies. Additionally, I actively participate in ICTD research topics, including through publications.
Areas of interest
Social Media, Politics, Computational Social Science, News Media, ICTD