Data Assistant, Center for Behavioral Health and Justice
Will joined the Center for Behavioral Health and Justice as a data technician in November 2020. He obtained his MA in Forensic Psychology from the University of North Dakota in 2020, where he focused his research and education on the fallibility of eyewitness testimony, violence risk assessments, psychopathy, and malingering of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in college students. Will also previously worked in an Industrial and Organizational Psychology lab at Wayne State University where his work was focused on analysis and mitigation of sexual harassment in the workplace and minimizing group differences on county issued employment tests.
Will assists in the entry, coding, cleaning, conditioning, and analysis of multiple data sets from jails, courts, and state-level agencies. In addition to these data responsibilities, he also assists in the writing of manuscripts and reports.
Degrees and Certifications
- MA, Forensic Psychology, University of North Dakota
- BA, Psychology, Wayne State University