Perhaps my favorite part of teaching at Albion is the chance to learn about so many different fields of study. For example, one of my senior thesis students is examining personality differences in investment choices. In fact, representatives from a major mutual fund family are really interested in what he is doing! I know, I know, that sounds like economics, not psychology. Well, I am not sure where the dividing line is between psychology and other areas—or that we should even worry about arbitrary dividing lines in the first place. This year, I am supervising three seniors on their thesis research projects, and am working with other students in religious studies, physical education, and economics on their research as well. I find I am always learning—right along with my students.