Camilla Griffiths is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology in the Social Psychology program. She received a B.A. from the University of Virginia with a double major in Political & Social Thought and French. For two years post-bac, she worked as a lab manager in a social psychology lab that studies race, gender, and SES diversity. At Stanford, her research is at the intersection of social psychology and education. Currently, she is interested in observing and intervening on the student-teacher relationship to improve minority student outcomes in diverse middle school classrooms. She is also interested in researching other factors in the school context that are important for psychological safety in the classroom, such as productive discussions about identity and healthy parent-teacher relationships.