Natalie (Jones) Shuler  received her BA in Psychology from the University of North Carolina-Wilmington in 2016, and her MS in Psychology (Behavior Analysis) from WVU in 2018. Her research focuses on development of efficient and effective staff-training procedures.

Natalie (Jones) Shuler received her BA in Psychology from the University of North Carolina-Wilmington in 2016, and her MS in Psychology (Behavior Analysis) from WVU in 2018. Her research focuses on development of efficient and effective staff-training procedures.

Stephanie Jones  received her BA in Psychology from Rollins College in 2016, and anticipates receiving her MS from WVU in 2019. Her research focuses on evaluation of evidence-based treatments for severe behavior that can be realistically implemented by caregivers.

Stephanie Jones received her BA in Psychology from Rollins College in 2016, and anticipates receiving her MS from WVU in 2019. Her research focuses on evaluation of evidence-based treatments for severe behavior that can be realistically implemented by caregivers.

Catherine (Stephens) Williams  received her BS in Psychology from Georgia Tech in 2017, and her MS in Psychology (Behavior Analysis) from WVU in 2019. Her research focuses on ways to improve academic instruction for at-risk students.

Catherine (Stephens) Williams received her BS in Psychology from Georgia Tech in 2017, and her MS in Psychology (Behavior Analysis) from WVU in 2019. Her research focuses on ways to improve academic instruction for at-risk students.