I am a PhD Candidate in American politics in the School of Government and Public Policy and Data Science Ambassador affiliated with Data Science Institute at the University of Arizona. My research mainly focuses on political psychology, public opinion, race/ethnicity and politics, and political behavior within American politics contexts, particularly on affective polarization, partisanship, ideology, and authoritarian personality. Most often, I use experimental methods (in and outside the lab), surveys, text analysis, and other statistical tools.
My work has been published or is forthcoming at the State Politics & Policy Quarterly and Politics and Life Sciences.
My dissertation project is supported by funding from the Princeton Dissertation Scholars Program through the Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice at Princeton University, and survey space from the Polarization Research Lab.
Race, Ethnicity and Politics
University of Arizona
Ph.D. in American Politics, 2019--Current
Computational Social Science Graduate Certificate, 2022
M.A. in American Politics, 2021
Beijing Foreign Studies University, 2015-2018
M.A. in American Studies
Shanxi Medical University, 2011-2015
B.A. in English Language and Literature
Saguaros in Arizona. Living in Arizona gives me a taste of the wondersfulness of the nature.