I am a fifth-year doctoral candidate within the Quantitative Research, Evaluation and Measurement program in the Educational Studies department at Ohio State University, and on the job market. My advisor is Professor Ann O’Connell. I have a background in Information Systems, and in my downtime, I enjoy using my computing skills to develop statistical tools for applied researchers. For my dissertation, I am using the connection between SEM and regression to develop SEM models for non-Gaussian data; the estimation method is Bayesian. My interests are causal inference, applied Bayesian modeling, communicating statistical findings, statistics education, API development.
I am a graduate associate at the Center on Education and Training for Employment within the College of Education and Human Ecology.
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