Below is a brief overview. You’re welcome to download my full (academic) CV here (July 2019)
2019 -Present | Research Fellow, TrustGov, University of Southampton
2018 | Visiting Researcher, GESIS Eurolab, Köln
2017 | Visiting Scholar, Centre for Political Research, University of Leuven
2016-Present | PhD Politics, University of Southampton.
2015-2016 | MSc Governance and Policy, University of Southampton, Distinction.
2011-2014 | BA Politics, University of Essex, First Class
2019 | ESRC Secondment, Institute for Government
2017 – 2019 | 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
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
ESRC Internship Grant, University of Southampton (2019)
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)
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.