Grace Lamar is a junior studying psychology as well as global & international studies at KU. She is interested in researching narrative tools for social revolutions, including creative works of art and literature, the embodied experience of memory and history, and psychological implications of Internet culture and technology. Lamar supports Dr. Kelsie T. Forbush’s clinical psychology research that examines the diagnostic and assessment elements used to identify disordered eating after carrying out extensive work with REbel, a peer-led nonprofit for body positivity. As the ARI undergraduate research fellow, Lamar will work alongside Glenn Adams to investigate whether students’ development and learning processes can be impacted through exposure to works of art from marginalized communities. Additionally, Lamar will collaboratively work with Adams to learn if students’ exposure to marginalized artists’ work can shift and expand the perceptions of marginalized communities as well as students’ own learning processes.