Erin Hartman is an Assistant Professor of Political Science. Her research sits at the intersection of the social sciences and statistics. Her mission is to create a body of research that bridges these two worlds — with an emphasis on answering causal questions — within which experts from both worlds can have dialogue with one another and foster beneficial collaborations.
Erin's research sits primarily in the field of causal inference and survey design and analysis. Her main research agendas focus on external validity of experiments, falsification testing, and survey weighting.