Scott Franz


I work as a data wrangler at the Institute for Social Resarch at the University of Michigan, within the Survey Research Center. I help create reports and manage data for the Monitoring the Future Study.

In graduate school, I designed a study and wrote a paper about mindfulness, connection to nature, and pro-environmental behavior. I also helped analyze parent-adolescent conversations about volunteering. My thesis focused on how urbanicity influenced civic engagement in american youth.

I also volunteer for Walk Bike Washtenaw an organization advocating for safer and more comfortable transportation infrastructure for people in and around Ann Arbor, MI. Currently, I am the only author of this blog, but I hope in the future that changes. Feel free to reach out.