Maggie Hall graduated from Colby College in 2020 with a B.A. in Psychology-Neuroscience. At Colby, she received the Edward Colgan Psychology Award for her efforts in research and her teaching assistant work for Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology. At Colby, she worked in Dr. Erin Sheets’s Emotion and Mood Lab on multiple studies, such as an intervention study about stress and depression in the transition to college for first year students, primarily for first-generation and students of color. She was also active in research for the Maine Concussion Management Initiative (MCMI) on the effect of athlete’s concussions on balance and cognition, and for Transforming Rural Experience in Education (TREE) with research on the effect of education on psychological development. Throughout her undergraduate experience, she was able to participate in multiple independent research projects both inside the classroom and through internships, conducting research in a variety of research areas of pediatric neuropsychology, interpersonal coordination, cognitive development in preschoolers, and emotions. Maggie is interested in the intersection of psychology, healthcare, and education, leading her to pursue a Ph.D. in Clinical Neuropsychology.