About Me

I am currently an assistant professor in the inquiry methodology program where I teach quantitative methods courses, including intermediate statistics, multivariate statistics, and multilevel modeling. I received my PhD in educational psychology from the University of Washington.

My research interests involve advanced statistical models including primarily multilevel modeling, moderation effects, and model comparison procedures. I am particularly interested in investigating ways to interpret and present results from more complex quantitative models, such as measures of effect size and visual presentation of results. Additionally, I have worked substantively in the areas of STEM education and music education.

I am currently accepting doctoral students interested in quantitative methods and with research interests aligned with my own. Feel free to contact me to discuss whether this program might be a good fit.