Acadia Hall is a summer intern at IWPR through the Peter G. Peterson Foundation’s Fiscal Internship Program. She is a rising senior at the University of Pittsburgh where she studies mathematics and economics. Previously, Acadia has worked as a lab aide and research assistant for the Pittsburgh Experimental Economics Laboratory as a recipient of the Harvey Cohen Undergraduate Research Prize. She has also served as an environmental economics research assistant at the University of Pittsburgh where she focused on research exploring the impacts of air pollution on different communities around the world. Acadia is passionate about using economics research to study policies that impact women and minorities and is additionally interested in experimental economics and computer science.