Dr. Christopher Zorn is an award-winning, national leader in quantitative methodology and statistical analysis. In addition to his world-class quantitative capabilities, Dr. Zorn is an immensely practical statistician with a remarkable aptitude for applied work.
A professor of political science at Pennsylvania State University, Dr. Zorn is the author of three forthcoming books and nearly three dozen refereed articles. He is a recipient of the prestigious John M. Olin Foundation Faculty Fellowship, and the immediate past editor of the journal Political Analysis, and has given invited talks at more than 30 universities around the world.
Dr. Zorn previously held academic positions at the University of South Carolina and Emory University, where he was the Winship Distinguished Research Professor of Political Science. He has also served as a resident scientist and Program Director for the Law and Social Science Program of the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Among the four grants Professor has received from the NSF, he currently serves as principal investigator on two ongoing projects, including a study of decision-making within the legal/judicial hierarchy.
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