Nicholas (Nick) Mundell (he/him) graduated in July 2021 from the Clinical Psychology M.A. and Quantitative Psychology M.S. programs at Ball State University. Nick completed his thesis, which examined the role of demoralization in college students’ risky drinking, under Dr. Lee’s supervision. While at Ball State, Nick also served as a Graduate Assistant for Dr. Evette Simmons-Reed in the Department of Special Education and completed an internship as a statistician with Dr. James Jones and Dr. Kianre Eouanzoui in the Department of Research and Academic Effectiveness. Nick plans to continue his education in the future. He is interested in studying the utility of dimensional personality models in psychological assessment, as well as the etiology and treatment of substance use.