Kyle Lorenzo is an instructor of Psychology at Fordham University. He received his BAs in Psychology and Biological Sciences with minors in Cognitive Sciences and International Studies at North Carolina State University. He then received his MA in Applied Developmental Psychology at Fordham University. Kyle’s research interests include holistic and culturally responsive approaches to promoting mental health and public health equity among adolescents and young adults. He has taught lectures on foundational psychology, biopsychology, multicultural psychology, and cross-cultural psychology. Kyle’s teaching style emphasizes student agency and critical thinking under the belief that students should learn not just what to think, but how to think. In his free time, Kyle enjoys going on trips, watching movies, listening to music of all genres, and beating his peers at foosball. Kyle hopes students leave his courses feeling empowered to apply what they learn, discover themselves, and serve their communities.