Connor Barham is an undergraduate student at Brigham Young University, and will graduate this December with a Family Sciences degree with a minor in Statistics. He will be applying to master's programs this November in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) and Family Studies. Following a master's degree, he hopes to begin doctoral research. I am interested in researching the effects of divorce on attachment styles, outcomes of attachment-based therapy, and marital paradigms in adolescents and emerging adults. Connor is also a training coordinator for senior office staff members, specializing in the financial and secretarial administration of volunteer-based, international service missions. He has been instructing and coordinating for volunteer office staff for the last three years. After graduating, Connor wants to publish original research and instruct undergraduate students.