Andrew Tatch has been with the Social Science Research Center as a Graduate Research Assistant since the Fall of 2015. He has been actively involved with the Mississippi Alcohol Safety Education Program’s research division with Dr. Angela Robertson, where he has assisted with the generation of peer reviewed articles, reports to the state legislature, and numerous conference presentations on impaired driving, DUI offenders, and DUI data in the state of Mississippi. Andrew is currently a PhD candidate in the department of sociology and is working on a multi-method dissertation examining the integral role of cognitive and behavioral predictors in impaired driving.