I am a third year Ph.D. candidate at the School of Information at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 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 survey datasets like the American National Election Studies, the National Asian American Survey, and the Collaborative Multi-Racial Post Election Survey. In my doctoral research, I study political preferences of Asian American communities, especially on racialized policy issues like affirmative action and police reform. Finally, I work on a wide range of computational social science projects, leveraging my skills in data science, statistics, natural language processing, and survey analysis.
Areas of interest
Computational Social Science, Social Media, Survey Research, Racial Attitudes, Asian American Communities