Greving is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Arizona and has clinical experience in both community behavioral health and private practice settings.
Hanish studies children's peer relationships; aggression and bullying; and school-related contexts and outcomes.
Hansen has graduated with her BA in Political Science and MPA from Arizona State University and currently serves the Sanford School as a Business Operations Manager.
Harrison is a lecturer with primary teaching interests in social change, innovation, work, deviance, and intro sociology.
Dr. Haskin's research explores how career-oriented women with young children think about and act toward their maternal bodies in a third shift of appearance work.
Iida’s research interests span several domains of social, health, and quantitative psychology.
Jager is a developmental psychologist whose research is devoted to unpacking how complex person-context interactions across adolescence and the transition to adulthood inform substance use/abuse and mental health.