Beth Nichols

Applied Behavioral Sciences
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Beth Nichols earned her B.A. in Psychology as well as a certificate in TESOL at Wright State University in 1998. Her graduate thesis in applied behavioral science, entitled “Geographic Profiling: Does it Contribute to the Investigation of Serial Murders or Not?,” is a mixed methods research project that evaluates the contribution of geographical profiling software to the investigation of serial murder. Currently, Beth works as a Case Manager in the Domestic Violence Unit at the Administrative Office of the Courts in Lee County, Florida. After graduation, Beth plans to pursue a doctoral degree so she able to teach at the college level.


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