A copy of my CV can be found below:
Bowling Green State University
Summer 2020 (expected): Ph.D. in Sociology, with focuses on Demography and Family
Summer 2017: Master's of Arts in Sociology, with focuses on Demography and Quantitative Methods
Western Washington University
Winter 2014: Bachelor's of Science in Sociology, with minors in Math and French
Fall 2015 to current: Graduate Research Assistant for Dr. Wendy Manning and the Center for Family & Demographic Research
Write online reports (Family Profiles and Ohio Population News) focused on demographic trends and behaviors.
Write peer reviewed articles for publication in Sociological journals.
Communicate with news outlets, such as The New York Times and The Toledo Blade, to help reporters write stories on demographic topics.
Fall 2013 to Fall 2015: Research Assistant for Dr. Jay Teachman
Participated in projects funded by a grant from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development concerning the influence of military service on later life outcomes.
Collaborated on research, attended conferences, and published research in book.
Summers of 2011 to 2013: Intern at Los Alamos National Laboratory
Worked to implement a new visualization program used to simulate physics experiments. The new program was free, preventing LANL from purchasing yearly software licenses.