Nan Zhou is a graduate student in the department of Human Development and Family Studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He works with Dr. Cheryl Buehler on several projects, including the influence of maternal employment on family and individual well-being, and the impact of interparental conflict on children and adolescent adjustment. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in special education and Master’s degree in developmental psychology from Beijing Normal University in China. As an undergraduate, he conducted studies on autistic children’s theory of mind as well as peer and family correlates of Internet addiction among Chinese adolescents. He shows particular interests and has special expertise in methodology and statistical analyses. Until now, he has published several peer-reviewed articles out of these projects. The award will give him the opportunity to attend a workshop on analyzing development trajectories.