Education

I am a PhD student in the Department of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University where I am specializing in Work, Technology and Entrepreneurship and conducting research at the Center for Work, Technology and Organizations.

I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Information Science with a focus on Human-Centered Systems and Social Systems from Cornell University in May 2011. Given the interdisciplinary nature of the Information Science program, my coursework spanned across various fields, including computer science, communication, psychology, law and statistics. I spent the spring semester of my junior year (2010) studying abroad at John Cabot University in Rome, Italy.

Below are the classes I have taken at Stanford so far as well as the classes I took at Cornell:

Courses taken at Stanford

Term Course Instructor
Fall 2011 Seminar on Organizational Theory
Seminar on Leadership
Independent Research
Woody Powell
Bob Sutton
Pamela Hinds
Winter 2012 Social Psychology of Organizations
Seminar on Work, Technology and Organization
Designing Social Research
Independent Research
Chip Heath
Steve Barley
Jesper Sorensen
Pamela Hinds
Winter 2013 Ethnography
Seminar on Groups and Teams
Independent Research
Steve Barley
Pamela Hinds
Pamela Hinds & Steve Barley
Spring 2013 Research Topics in Human-Computer Interaction
Independent Research
Michael Bernstein
Pamela Hinds & Steve Barley
Summer 2013 Independent Research Pamela Hinds & Steve Barley
Fall 2013 Seminar on Scaling up Excellence
Introduction to Data Analysis & Statistics
Independent Research
Bob Sutton
Michael Rosenfeld
Pamela Hinds & Steve Barley
Winter 2014 Web Applications
Principles of Regression Analysis
Independent Research
John Ousterhout
Cristobal Young
Pamela Hinds & Steve Barley

Courses taken at Cornell

Term Course
Spring 2011 Media Influence and Persuasion*, Advanced Human-Computer Interaction*, Cognitive Psychology, Independent Research, Teaching Assistant for Mobile Social Networks*
Fall 2010 Object Oriented Programming and Data Structures, Deception in the Networked Age, Physics, Independent Research, Teaching Assistant for Communication and Technology
Spring 2010 Digital Media Culture, Business Communication, New Product Management, Introductory Italian, Digital Photography [Study Abroad]
Fall 2009 Online Social and Information Networks, Law of Internet and E-Commerce, Copyright in the Digital Age, Independent Research, Teaching Assistant for Communication and Technology
Spring 2008 Intermediate Design and Programming for the Web, Networks, Human-Computer Interaction Design, Technology in Collaboration, Independent Research
Fall 2008 Introduction to Java, Mathematical Methods for Information Science, Linear Algebra, Psychology of Social Computing, Nutrition, Health and Society
Spring 2007 Statistics, Independent Research, Biological Principles, Freshman Writing Seminar
Fall 2007 Introduction to Design and Programming for the Web, Calculus, Biological Principles, Freshman Writing Seminar, Squash

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