Ashlyne O’Neil is a PhD Candidate in Applied Social Psychology, currently fulfilling her doctoral internship as a Research and Development Associate in the Office of Open Learning. She has been a three-time lab instructor for the Social Science Research Methods course, helping undergraduate students formulate basic research projects. She has managed multiple research projects of her own, while also being involved in research run by other university faculty as well as community organizations. In addition to course requirements, she has completed the University Teaching Certificate (Level 1), taught as a sessional instructor, and has been heavily involved in several other activities such as the GA/TA union, conference and workshop planning, and professional development. These experiences have contributed to her ability to promote success in others by emphasizing research skills, prioritization, time management, and development of strong research skills, and her ability to successfully manage the many demands of graduate school.