William Krenzer is an instructor and Assistant Director of Education Programs in Science and Society, specifically working in the Science, Law, and Policy (SLAP) Lab. His research within SLAP Lab broadly explores how neuroscience (e.g., EEG) can be used to understand, or better explain, common practices within law. William received his PhD from the Psychological Science program at DePaul University, where his dissertation investigated and created a survey to measure the amount of situational awe individuals experience. Prior to joining the SLAP lab, William worked as a lab manager/researcher in different psychological neuroscience labs at DePaul University and San Francisco State University investigating the neuronal activity behind different social and cognitive psychological paradigms. William’s other research interest include aggression with in major league sports, and the way individuals process/categorize human faces.