Nicole DiMaria is a graduate student at John Jay College currently working towards her M.A. in Forensic Psychology. She graduated with a B.S in Psychology from Fordham University and has conducted her own research relating to the challenges to and malleability of eyewitness testimony. She hopes to continue research involving policies and legislation of the criminal justice and legal system, specific to the inequalities in sentencing, treatment, and methods and modes of crimes between majorities and minorities, whether it be gender, race, sexuality, or age. When she’s not studying, she’s likely to be found walking dogs in the streets of NYC, or in the studio dancing.