Andrej Findor, PhD. is an associate professor at Faculty of Social and Economic sciences at Comenius University in Bratislava. He studied political science at the Faculty of Arts of CU and at Central European University in Budapest. He defended the dissertation in 2006 in Theory of politics. At the Institute of European Studies and International Relations FSES CU he teaches the following courses: Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods, Quantitative Research Methods, Master Thesis Seminar, Survey Research on Different Dimensions of Equity, Advanced Quantitative Research Methods. He also participates in courses Quantitative Research Methods, Advanced Quantitative Research Methods at the Institute of Public Policy FSES CU. His recent research included projects: (809869-PERCOM-REC-AG-2017/REC-RDIS-DISC-AG-2017) Persuasive communication models for local leaders to enhance non-discrimination and Roma integration (PERCOM); (APVV-17-0596) The politics of emotions as a form of political exclusion and inclusion; and (APVV-14-0531) Interventions for prejudice reduction against stigmatized minorities. Metrics‘ development and experimental testing of contact hypothesis in field conditions (INTERMIN). Since 2022 he is also an affiliated research fellow in the Politics of Race and Ethnicity Lab at the University of Texas at Austin. He is also a member of the Scientific Board at the Institute for the Study of Social Communication; member of the Supervisory Board Institute for Sociology; and a member of the Editorial Board of the journal Sociológia Slovak Academy of Sciences.