My name is Sara, and I am currently in my fifth year of graduate school in an experimental psychology program. I wanted to come to graduate school because I loved the scientific study of psychology, and wanted to (a) create my own knowledge in the disciple (i.e., do research), and (b) share psychology knowledge with others (i.e., teaching). I chose social psychology as the area I wanted to pursue, because I found the research questions concerning people’s behavior in social situations to be more interesting than other areas of psychology (e.g., neurological, pathological, or developmental questions). Although I’ve learned in my courses, these questions are quite interesting in their own right. My only regret is not having enough time in the five years here to explore them in more detail.