Welcome to the Official Internet Home of Andrew Podob. Aspiring professor, author, political analyst, and public intellectual. Current Ph.D. candidate in political science with concentrations in American politics and political psychology at The Ohio State University.
My research interests include: The role negative emotions like anxiety and disgust play in political attitude formation and decision-making, and the downstream effects on civic and political participation; the role marginalization plays in the relationship between interaction with government and political anxiety; Networks of electoral collaboration among congressional campaigns.
I teach a course on the politics behind public policy in the United States. The course is a bedrock course for political science and public policy students alike, and it is one of the most widely taken courses in political science at Ohio State. In the past I served as a teaching assistant for a variety of courses in American politics, from an introductory course in American politics to the U.S. Congress to the policy process.
I have taken my passion for political science from the academy to the front lines outside of academia, from the op-ed pages to YouTube to the internet.