Tyson Glad is an undergraduate research assistant in the U-TTEC lab. He graduated from the University of Utah Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, a minor in Sociology, and certificates in both Criminology & Corrections and Applied Positive Psychology. Prior to his work as a research assistant he interned with the Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake as an Office Advocate and member of the Mobile Crisis Response Team. He also worked as an Autism Assistant at the Carmen B. Pingree Autism Center of Learning and was trained in the Family-Teaching Model with Utah Youth Village. He is also a research assistant in the University of Utah's Social Development Lab. His research interests include: autism spectrum disorder, positive psychology, and the use of technology in the field of school psychology.