B.S., University of North Florida, 2013
M.A., University of North Florida, 2015
Andrew is a fifth-year graduate student at the University of Arkansas. He is interested in how jurors perceive deceptive behavior in eyewitnesses, as well as more broad interests on the topics of prospective persons memory and juror decision making. Andrew was born and raised in Jersey City, NJ before moving to Jacksonville, FL. His hobbies include travel, coffee, playing his Xbox One, fantasy hockey and watching sports (Forza Juventus!).
Nia I. Gipson
B.A., McDaniel College, 2016
M.A., University of Arkansas, 2019
Nia is a third-year graduate student at the University of Arkansas. She studies facial recognition as it relates to eyewitness memory. Primarily, focusing on how a face becomes perceptually familiar. Nia is from Baltimore, Maryland. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with friends, trying new foods, theatre, shopping, and hiking.
Amber M. Giacona
B.S., Sam Houston State University, 2016
M.A., Sam Houston State University, 2018
Amber is a second-year graduate student at the University of Arkansas. She is interested in the relationship between confidence and accuracy in eyewitnesses, as well as broader interests on the topics of eyewitness testimony and false memories. Amber was born and raised in Texas. Her hobbies include making (and eating!) queso, playing tennis, watching Netflix, and decorating cupcakes.