Trent Ollerenshaw

Trent Ollerenshaw is a PhD candidate in the Political Behavior & Identities subfield. His research broadly examines public opinion formation, with specific interests in racial/ethnic politics and the psychology of ideology. His dissertation research evaluates the depth of white Americans' (ostensibly) growing racial liberalism, and the implications of attitude change for intergroup behavior. Trent also has methodological interests in survey design and replicability. 

Research and Teaching Interests

  • American Politics
  • Racial/Ethnic Politics
  • Quantitative Methods