Noah Gill is a graduate student in the School Psychology EdS program. He received a bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Psychology from UW–Madison with a certificate in Educational Policy Studies. During his undergraduate career, Noah studied bullying and peer victimization in Dr. Amy Bellmore’s Peer Relationships, Ethnicity, Schools, and Media (PRESM) lab. His research interests focus on school mental health and social-emotional functioning. Specifically, he is interested in the effective implementation of social-emotional interventions, improving school safety, and reducing the negative impacts of bullying and peer victimization. He is currently evaluating the effectiveness of Check-In/Check-Out as a Tier 2 intervention for social and behavioral concerns.