Celine Mutuyemariya is a 4th year undergraduate originally from Kigali, Rwanda but has lived in Louisville, KY for about 15 years. She will be graduating in May with a B.A. in international studies, psychology and a minor in political science. Upon graduation, she plans to pursue a Master’s Degree in counseling psychology. Her research interests include trauma, social justice, human rights and she would like to work with adult and adolescent refugee populations. This is her second year in the BAM lab and she joined to learn more about religion and morality. Since so many refugee relief organizations are usually religious organizations she is interested in looking at how this might affect the kind of resources or help available for these refugees. Celine is involved in a number of campus organizations including the Student Activities Board and the African Student Association. She is an ambassador for the College of Arts and Science and also works as a resident advisor on campus. She is very excited for another semester in the BAM lab!