Brendan Nyhan Biography
Brendan Nyhan is a prominent American political scientist and current professor at Dartmouth College. He is also a liberal to moderate political columnist, author and political blogger. Nyhan is also a writer for The New York Times, The Upshot.
Brendan Nyhan Age
Brendan Nyhan was born in 1978 in Mountain View, California, USA. he is 45 years old.
Brendan Nyhan Height
Naihan is about 1.73 meters high.
Brendan Nyhan Family
Nyhan was born in Mountain View, California, USA to caring and supportive parents. However, the details of his family (parents and/or siblings) remain hidden from the public.
Brendan Nyhan Wife
He is happily married to a wonderful wife. He is also a proud father to his children. Still, not much is known about his beloved wife and children, as Nyhan has kept his private life separate from his social life.
Brendan Nyhan Education
He attended Mountain View High School and graduated in 1996 with his high school diploma. Nyhan then transferred to Swarthmore College, where he earned a degree in political science in 2000. He completed his PhD in May 2009. He holds a PhD in political science from Duke University.
Brendan Nyhan Salary
He is paid a staggering salary of $70,600 to $190,700 per year.
Brendan Nyhan’s Net Worth
He has amassed quite a fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Brendan Nyhan Book
In 2004, Nyhan co-authored All the President’s Spin, a New York Times bestseller.
Brendan Nyhan Political Scientist
He currently works as a professor at Dartmouth College. Nyhan’s research focuses on misconceptions about medicine and politics. Nyhan is also a writer for The Upshot, The New York Times. Previously, Nyhan worked as a media critic for the Columbia Journalism Review and as a writer for GEN/Medium. He was also the founder and editor of a bipartisan political opposition watchdog group called Spinsanity. In addition, Nyhan worked as a marketing and financing consultant for Venetech.
He also worked as Mr. Bernstein’s deputy public affairs director on the U.S. Senate campaign in Nevada. A department of the American Political Science Association awarded him the budding scholar award. He has also been named a Belfer Fellow of the Anti-Defamation League, a Fellow of the Guggenheim Foundation, and an Andrew Carnegie Fellow of the Carnegie Corporation of New York.