Undergraduate Psychology Student
Kim Shields is a third year under-graduate psychology student at the University of Tulsa. She is a member of TITAN (Tulsa Institute for Trauma Abuse and Neglect) and a part of Dr. Davis's research lab.
Kim is currently involved in a TITAN project that is evaluating a domestic violence treatment for male offenders through the Domestic Violence Intervention services. Kim is in charge of the data entry team and conducts data checks in addition to helping with data entry. Last year Kim presented findings from the project at the Student Research Colloquium at OU-Tulsa.
“I wanted to get involved in research on campus early in my college career, so that by the time I graduate I will have completed my own study, and can easily get into graduate and doctoral programs. TITAN has already taught me a great deal about the research process, statistical findings, and the importance of trauma research.”