Samuel Strom

Research and Project Assistant

Samuel Strom is a Research and Project Assistant at ShadowBox. He attended Purdue University, where he earned a BS in Psychological Sciences with minors in Sociology and Communications. At Purdue, he worked as a research assistant in Dr. Kipling Williams’s research lab, studying ostracism. He also worked in specialty coffee shops as a barista for four years collectively. His research interests include the psychology of religion, social influence, moral and political psychology, and AI psychology and policy. When not at work, he enjoys making coffee for his friends, reading, writing, playing music, calisthenics, and rock climbing