Beginning August 2021, Todd Hartman is Professor of Quantitative Social Science (Department of Social Statistics) at the University of Manchester. Previously, he worked at the Sheffield Methods Institute, The University of Sheffield as Senior Lecturer and Director of the Sheffield Q-Step Centre (part of a £20 million investment from the Nuffield Foundation, Economic and Social Research Council, and Higher Education Funding Council for England to promote a step-change in quantitative social science training in the UK). His research explores the psychological underpinnings of public opinion and behaviour using cutting-edge research methods and statistical techniques. His work has been published in prestigious peer-reviewed academic journals such as Nature Communications, Psychological Medicine, Big Data & Society, British Journal of Political Science, The Journal of Quantitative Criminology, Social Psychological and Personality Science, Political Psychology, Political Communication, and The Geographical Journal.
PhD in Political Science, 2009
State University of New York at Stony Brook
MA in International Relations, 2003
San Francisco State University
BA in International Relations, 1998
University of California at Davis