Nichole Stetten is a doctoral student in the Department of Behavioral Science and Community Health. Nichole earned a BA in Psychology at Berea College and a MPH at the University of Florida. While at Berea College, she worked at the Center for Excellence in Learning through Service (CELTS) as a Bonner Scholar. As a Bonner Scholar, Nichole completed over 1,700 hours of community service during her four years at Berea College. At CELTS, Nichole worked as a Service Learning Coordinator planning, organizing and implementing service learning projects for at-risk youth in the community. Outside of CELTS, Nichole volunteered to work with people with disabilities, teaching them self-advocacy, leadership skills, and assisting in the assessment and intake of individuals for the HOME Choice Program, whose primary goal is to find local housing and resources for people with disabilities. When not volunteering, Nichole worked as a teaching assistant for the Psychology Department for various courses including General Psychology and Statistics and Research Methods I & II. While at Berea, Nichole was also involved in the Undergraduate Research & Creative Project Program where she designed and conducted an independent experimental research project on homelessness. During her MPH, Nichole was a teaching assistant for Research Methods and Ethics & Legal Issues. Nichole was also a research assistant for the Office of Interprofessional Education, where she researched service learning and interprofessional health education. Nichole’s current research interests include obesity prevention and nutrition for people with disabilities and service learning education. In her spare time, Nichole enjoys hiking, cycling and playing video games.