Jason is a senior majoring in Public Policy, with interests in behavioral economics, issues with GDP, and renewable energy. He currently works with Professor Banny Banerjee at the d.school in implementing behavioral economics and decision making psychology into applications to improve energy behavior. In the summer after his sophomore year, Jason participated in the Public Policy Summer Research College, working as a research assistant to Professor Paul Brest. He wrote updated chapters about subjective utility and alternatives to GDP for Professor Brest's textbook on judgment and decision making. In fall, Jason will be a teaching assistant for Professor Bruce Owen's PublPol 106: Economics of Legal Rules and Institutions. Jason served on the Committee for Undergraduate Standards and Policies for two years as well as the IHUM Student Advisory Panel, and he studied abroad in Paris for a quarter. This year, Jason is working with Stanford's first ever Solar Decathlon team to integrate behavioral design features into the solar house they're designing and building from scratch for a national competition in September. After graduating, Jason eventually plans to pursue a JD.