Katelyne Krauss is a junior Psychology major. Her research interests include forensic psychology and how it relates to mental health trends in prisoners. After graduation, Katelyne plans to pursue a JD and PhD in forensic psychology in hopes to work with prison reformation. In her free time, Katelyne can be found teaching her students, reading, and spending time with friends and family.
Alison Reed is a junior psychology major and is minoring in cognitive neuroscience. She hopes to eventually get her Masters in Clinical Counseling, and go on to work in a pediatric psych unit as an inpatient therapist. She will be graduating in May 2020. In her free time she enjoys watching Netflix, and likes learning new languages.
Macy Danner is a junior psychology major with minors in both cognitive neuroscience and nutrition. Her research interests include forensic psychology and its connections to adolescent development and social influence. After finishing her Bachelor of Arts, Macy plans to continue her education through a graduate criminology program. In her free time, Macy can be found exploring the city or spending time with her friends and family.
Holly Bruns is currently a junior Psychology major with a minor in Cognitive Neuroscience. She plans on continuing her education after graduation towards a PhD in Clinical Psychology with a special interest in the development of eating disorders
Kristina Dale is currently enrolled in the Masters 4+ 1 program at Temple. She graduated in May 2019 with a B.A. in psychology and neuroscience minor. Her research interests broadly include the development of mood disorders in adolescents, and more specifically the mechanisms underlying non-suicidal self injury and the role that those mechanisms play in contributing to comorbidity.
Barbara Ullman is currently a senior Psychology major with a minor in Criminal Justice graduating in May 2020. She plans to continue her education in Clinical Psychology after graduation. Her interests outside of Psychology involve exploring the outdoors and going to the gym.
Charise Peters is a junior psychology major, and criminal justice minor. Charise is interested in the psychopathology of anxiety and depression and how it relates to interpersonal relationships. After graduating from Temple in May 2020, Charise aspires to go onto graduate school to eventually obtain her PhD and have a career as a forensic psychologist. In her free time, Charise enjoys watching Netflix, writing poetry, and listening to music.
Eva Frendak is currently a senior Neuroscience major with a minor in Anthropology. She is looking to pursue a career in clinical research after graduation, and enjoys spending her free time pursuing creative interests such as music and video editing.