Ethan Fried is a PhD Candidate in Political Science studying American politics. He received his B.A. in History and B.S. in Secondary Education in Social Sciences with honors at Penn State University and an MA in Political Science from Temple University.
Ethan’s primary research interests are in civic education and American public policy, and quantitative methodology. His dissertation focuses on how local public entities make decisions and the ways in which teachers act as street-level bureaucrats in the public policy-making process. His dissertation received support from the Temple University College of Liberal Arts Public Policy Lab.
Ethan has served as a teaching assistant in a graduate-level quantitative methodology course and has taught undergraduate courses in American politics and statistics. He has presented his research at the American Political Science Association (APSA) and the Northeastern Political Science Association (NPSA).
Faculty Advisor: Robin Kolodny