NSF Grant: Political Informatics

For the majority of my time as a PhD student at George Mason‘s Schar School of Policy and Government, I was a research assistant to Dr. Anne L. Washington, under the National Science Foundation Grant #1243917 PI-NET: Poli-Informatics Research Coordination Network. My duties were both academic and administrative, helping organize panels and workshops, serving as a point of contact for the Steering Committee, as well as creating and maintaining the website. For more information, you can go check out that very website, or find out more from the NSF grant page.