Dan Confalone is a PhD candidate at Temple University. He studies American Politics with a research focus on Criminal convictions, the Carceral State, and Marijuana Sentencing. Dan works with Dr. Nyron Crawford, where they use quantitative methods to explore how bureaucratic decisions help or hinder policy objectives such as Marijuana legalization. 

Prior to pursuing a graduate education at Temple, Dan received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at Mount St. Mary’s University, worked on a national political campaign, and for two major digital marketing agencies.

Faculty Advisor: Nyron Crawford
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