Dr. Lenore Brantley, Professor of Psychology in the Health and Biomedical Sciences Department at Adventist University of Health Sciences currently teaches developmental and general psychology. Before her teaching tenure at ADU, she implemented and directed the advising program for the entire campus, and started the Student Success Center, now the Center for Academic Achievement. She earned a Doctor of Education degree in Human Development Counseling from Vanderbilt University, an M.A. degree in school counseling from Andrews University, and a B.A. in social science and English from Atlantic Union College. Prior to coming to Adventist University, she taught at Oakwood and Andrews University. At Andrews she served as chair of the School Counseling Program, a graduate program, for 17 years. While at Andrews she developed and implemented Project T.A.B. (Transforming Acting-Out Behaviors), a counseling model which successfully reduced acting out behaviors among elementary students in a variety of settings in the United States and internationally. In 2008 she published a book entitled Transforming Acting-Out Behaviors. While at Andrews, she received the Award for Excellence in Research/Creative Activity, and the Andrews University Service Learning Award. Her total teaching career has spanned nearly five decades with 36 years full time teaching in higher education. Her main area of research interest are in moral development and strategies for student engagement.