Elaine Arsenault completed an accelerated Master’s program in Justice Studies at the University of New Hampshire. For her thesis, Elaine conducted qualitative interviews with corrections professionals to examine aspects of mentoring that might serve as motivation for offenders to participate in rehabilitation efforts, and also the feasibility of mentoring programs in New England. While at UNH, she assisted with the administration of a longitudinal survey seeking to identify the predictors of delinquency in middle and high school students. Elaine graduated from Penn State with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with Neuroscience. Throughout her undergraduate career, Elaine served as a research assistant in both the Language Pathways and the Stereotyping and Prejudice Laboratories, helping collect and code data for various studies.