Through my research, I have accumulated substantial experience with all elements of the process of developing, implementing, and evaluating pro-diversity and anti-prejudice initiatives, as well as presenting data and information in a variety of contexts.

Development:

  • Conducting interviews and focus groups with individuals from different backgrounds about social climate.

  • Writing and distributing climate surveys that provide meaningful information about social climate.

  • Conducting observational research to capture real-world intergroup behavior.

  • Selecting relevant scientific theories and translating these ideas into clear messaging.

Implementation:

  • Choosing the form, distribution channel(s), timing, and location for a given initiative.

  • Coordinating with individuals across organizations to ensure implementation fidelity.

Evaluation:

  • Selecting compelling outcomes that speak to the success of a given initiative.

  • Using experimental methods to provide the strongest tests of effectiveness.

  • Collecting a range of types of outcome data, including actual intergroup behavior, self-reported attitudes and motivation, well-being, performance, etc.

  • Conducting sophisticated data analyses and presenting results of these analyses in a clear way to a general audience, including visual aids.

Presentation:

  • Sharing the results of scientific research for both specialized and general audiences.

  • Giving lectures and talks on topics related to prejudice and discrimination, motivation science, etc.

  • Leading workshops on improving climate in the classroom/workplace, designing effective pro-diversity interventions, etc.

For more information, please see my current CV or resume.

To read papers in which I have applied these skills, contact me.

Publications

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