The following is a list of statistical consultants who can help you in downloading, formatting, reshaping, or analyzing data when you come to the DSS lab. If you have specific questions, you may send emails to email@example.com
If you need assistance in identifying and locating data, contact a subject specialist.
Full time consultants
|Office:||Firestone Library, A12.F2|
|Background:||Courtney has a BA in economics with a minor in business administration from Susquehanna University. During her time at Susquehanna, Courtney served as a research manager for a National Institutes of Health study analyzing tobacco smokers' demand for e-cigarettes in an experimental auction setting. Courtney also has an MA in economics from the University of New Hampshire, with a concentration in both health economics and education economics research. Her most recent research endeavors have explored topics such as how an online writing module paired with undergraduate students' principles of microeconomics coursework affects student exam scores and how immigrant labor affects the quality and receipt of long-term care by the elderly in the United States. Courtney joined DSS in November 2019.|
|Office:||Firestone Library, A12.F1|
|Background:||Bringing over twenty five years of work/research experience in public, private and academic sectors, Oscar has a BA in economics from the School of Economics/UNAM (Mexico) and a diploma in applied statistics from ITAM (Mexico). With a strong focus on quantitative analysis, he also has a masters in public administration, and an MPhil. and PhD in political science from Columbia University. Since Oscar started at DSS in 2007, he has shown a strong commitment and care in assisting students with data analysis topics. Such commitment and care were recognized by students from the class of 2013 by making him an Honorary member. Faculty from the Economics department recognized his assistance to their students with a Service Recognition award in 2019. In keeping up with the University’s unofficial motto: “In the Nation’s Service and the Service of Humanity”, the tutorials he has written during his years at Princeton have been well received within and beyond the University, and his contributions to the community were recognized by the Arts Council of Princeton with a Volunteer of the Year award in 2019. Oscar joined DSS May 2007.|