Michelle L. Dion is Associate Professor of Political Science and founding Director of the Centre for Research in Empirical Social Sciences at McMaster University (Canada). Her research examines the political economy of social policy; sexuality, attitudes, and policy; and diversity in political science. She is the author of Workers and Welfare (University of Pittsburgh Press 2010), as well as scholarly articles in journals including Political Analysis, International Studies Quarterly, Comparative Politics, and Social Politics. She is Co-Investigator on Social Science and Humanities Research Council-funded research on gender identity, sexuality, policy attitudes, and sexual practices in Canada, and she has served on many editorial boards and been recognized for her pivotal role in McMaster’s precedent-setting remedy of its gendered gap in faculty pay. She has been an instructor in the University of Michigan ICPSR Summer Program and is an active member of the Visions in Methodology network for women in political methodology.