William Krenzer is an instructor and the Assistant Director of Education Programs within Science & Society. Before taking his new position, William was a Postdoctoral Associate in the Science, Law, and Policy (SLAP) Lab exploring how neuroscience (e.g., EEG) can be used to understand, or better explain, common practices within law. William received his Ph.D. from the Psychological Science program at DePaul University, where his dissertation created a survey to measure the amount of situational awe one is experiencing. William’s other research interests include investigating the ethical research practices of early career researchers, and aggression within major league sports. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area in California, William is a first-generation college graduate (BA and MA from San Francisco State University), and before going that he went to Culinary Arts school and was a Pastry Chef before deciding that he needed to go back to school.