Howard M. Reid is a Professor at Buffalo State College. He received his doctorate from the University of Maine in Experimental Psychology followed by postdoctoral study in Behavior Genetics at The Jackson Laboratory. Dr. Reid has been an active researcher with broad interests, including published work in operant analysis of behavior, animal models of epilepsy, links between ADHD and laterality, as well as construction of a scale measuring student appreciation of the liberal arts. He has also directed numerous undergraduate research projects. He is the recipient of a number of prestigious awards, including the SUNY Chancellorrsquo;s Awards in Teaching and Faculty Service, and the BSC Presidentrsquo;s Award for Excellence as an Undergraduate Research Mentor. Dr. Reid is currently conducting studies examining perception of art, is directing a variety of undergraduate student research projects, and he is chairing the Buffalo State College senate.