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Below is a brief overview. You’re welcome to download my full (academic) CV here (July 2018)

Education

2016-Present | PhD Politics, University of Southampton.

2018 | Visiting Researcher, GESIS Eurolab, Köln

2017 | Visiting Scholar, Centre for Political Research, University of Leuven

2015-2016 | MSc Governance and Policy, University of Southampton, Distinction.

2011-2014 | BA Politics, University of Essex, First Class

Professional Employment

2017 – Current | Consultant Researcher, Open Society European Policy Institute

2016 – Current | Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Southampton

2015 – 2015 | Research Intern, Institute for Government

2015- 2015 | Graduate Intern, Institute for Social and Economic Research

2014 – 2014 | Research Assistant, University of Iceland

2013 – 2014 | Research Officer, University of Essex

Teaching

Political Behaviour (2018, Undergraduate) (Co-convenor/Lecturer)

Global Governance (2018, Undergraduate) (Seminars)

Democracy and the Modern State (2017, Undergraduate) (Marking)

Political Systems (2016, Undergraduate – introduction to regime types, political parties, voting behaviour) (Seminars)

Political Inquiry (2016, Undergraduate – introduction to research methods) (Marking)

Awards, Grants, Scholarships

GESIS Eurolab Grant, GESIS (2018)

ESRC Overseas Institutional Visit Grant, University of Southampton (2017)

Small Interdisciplinary Grant, Doctoral College, University of Southampton (£250) (2016)

ESRC Advanced Quantitative Methods 1+3 Scholarship, University of Southampton (2015)

ESRC 2+2 Scholarship, University of Oxford (declined) (2015)

DAAD Study Scholarship, University of Mannheim (declined) (2015)

International Work Scholarship, University of Essex (£1000) (2014)

British Academy Grant (£1000) (2012)

Paper of the Year, University of Essex (Prof. Lawrence Ezrow) (2012)

Other skills

Computing: Stata, R, Latex, SPSS, NVivo, Microsoft Package

Quantitative: Multivariate analyses, time series, regression discontinuity, experimental methods, multilevel modelling, data visualisation.

Qualitative: Interviewing, focus groups,  general research design and methodology.

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