Angel Gray, a Senior Psychology major at Spelman College works in the lab of Dr. Duane Jackson as the Head Undergraduate Lab Assistant. Her current research focuses on behavioral interactions between termites and fire ants that are restrained or free moving. Angel was chosen, in a national competition, to participate in the Charles Turner Program at the 2013 Animal Behavior Society meeting at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and was given the opportunity to present her research on termite aggression. After analyzing behavioral interactions between termites and fire ants, Angel became interested in observing the ways in which termites and fire ants work together within a colony. Based upon this new observation, Angel became interested in not only analyzing how termites work together, but how humans work together in a common workplace as well. Due to her new interest in analyzing workplace behaviors, Angel plans on pursing a PhD in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology after graduating from Spelman College.