Team directory: F
Team directory: F
Amir Fairdosi, Lecturer in Political Science, Associate Research Scholar at the Center for the Study of American Politics
Amir Shawn Fairdosi is a Lecturer in Political Science and an Associate Research Scholar at the Center for the Study of American Politics. He teaches classes on American politics, legislative procedure, and political socialization. His current research examines how political institutions influence political attitudes and behavior.
Office Location: 31 Hillhouse Avenue, Room 109
Justin Farrell is a professor and author at Yale University, School of the Environment.
He studies culture and environment, with a focus on social class, moral conflict, and epistemology. He blends ethnographic fieldwork in rural communities with large-scale computational techniques from network science and machine learning.
Eli Fenichel’s research approaches natural resource management and sustainability as a portfolio management problem by considering natural resources as a form of capital. He is interested in how people can and do allocate natural resources and natural resource risks through time. This leads to a strong interest in feedbacks among humans, ecosystems, and the management of coupled ecological-economic processes. His research is applied in a wide variety of systems including: natural capital valuation, fisheries, infectious disease, groundwater, tropical forests, and grasslands.
Resty Fufunan is a junior in Trumbull College studying ethnicity, race, and migration and statistics and data science. Now based in the San Francisco Bay Area, his hometown of Chicago still largely informs his policy interests. His work primarily concerns issues affecting Asian American communities, with a focus on visualizing data collected with both qualitative and quantitative methods. He serves as co-head student coordinator of the Asian American Cultural Center at Yale and has previously conducted policy research at the UChicago Data Science Institute’s Summer Lab.