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Princeton Research in Experimental Social Science (PRESS)

In 2017, I began serving as Graduate Coordinator for PRESS (Princeton Research in Experimental Social Science). I handled event planning and logistics, seeking and communicating with speakers, funding, and the website. In 2021, I started serving as Graduate Research Consultant. I met with undergraduate and graduate students working on experimental research and help them with theory, design, and analysis.

At PRESS, I have prepared and given the following presentations:

Experiments 101: An introduction to what experiments are used for, costs and benefits, and how to theorize, design, and analyze them.

Conjoints: An overview of conjoint survey experiments, which can be used to test the effects of multiple treatments that vary independently from one another. 

Survey Populations: An intermediate session on the various methods for conducting surveys. These include online surveys, phone surveys, lab experiments, and field experiments.

Students of Color and Allies (SOCA)

In 2019 at Princeton, I co-founded a social group called “Students of Color and Allies” with two other graduate students, Sonya Chen and Sonny Kim. Our main goal was to create a social community and support network for students of color in the department. We also wanted to create a space for discussing race and ethnic politics and for helping advocate for racial justice initiatives within and outside the department. The group has since grown, taken on new leadership, and expanded its efforts to include mentorship at local high-schools and interdepartmental events.

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