Elisabeth Noland is a third-year doctoral student in the Social Psychology Program. They graduated from Valparaiso University with a B.A. in Psychology and Spanish in 2019 and received their Master’s Degree in Social Psychology from Purdue University in 2021. Broadly, they are interested in understanding the relationship between prejudice and dominant racial ideologies. Additionally, they are interested in examining and developing prejudice-reduction strategies to address biases at both the personal and systemic levels, as well as understanding how to improve the experiences and well-being of minority group members.