Adam contributes to ongoing research projects via statistical analysis and data organization, in addition to the multitude of odd-jobs typically required of research. He received his B.A. in economics from Hamilton College, where he also explored mathematics, government, and German. During this time of study, he came to the conclusion that many of the world’s problems have economic origins, and therefore demand economic solutions. When not running code at EdLabs, he is most likely running laps on the track or exploring Cambridge on his bicycle.