In this episode Garth interviewed Jordan Wagge from Avila University in Kansas City, MO. Jordan is one of the international leaders in the Collaborative Replications and Education Project (CREP), with her focus on projects through a social justice, diversity, and sustainability lens. These interests may harken back to undergraduate days, when she started as a political science major before switching to psychology. She specializes in teaching statistics and research methods (to both undergraduate and graduate students), and recently, she’s been examining confirmation bias in one’s teaching. Jordan’s habits pay off — whether it’s a preference for multi-tasking so that she can double-dip, or being persistent, as in her recent award of an NSF grant after three submissions over five years.