PhD, Johns Hopkins University
Professor Goldman heads the OYEZ Project, a multimedia relational database devoted to the United States Supreme Court http://www.oyez.org. With a major grant from the National Science Foundation, Goldman is working with collaborators in linguistics, psychology, computer science and political science to create a complete archive of 50 years of Supreme Court audio.
Goldman has been a several-time recipient of software awards from the American Political Science Association, including the 2005 APSA Best Instructional Website Award for IDEAlog, an application to analyze political values (created with Prof. Kenneth Janda) http://www.idealog.org. He is also a recipient of the 1997 EDUCOM Medal and the 1998 Silver Gavel Award of the American Bar Association for improving public understanding of law. In 2005, the Department awarded him the Farrell Teaching Prize for his long commitment to undergraduate teaching and advising.