Undergraduate Students

Eva Trabucco

contact information: eva-trabucco@utulsa.edu

hometown: Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

program: English & Psychology with minor in French

lab affiliation: 2017- present

Eva is a junior and hopes to her education after graduation and pursue a masters in counseling psychology.

When she isn’t studying Eva serves as an University Ambassador and is the captain of the women’s rowing team.

Hannah Havemeier

contact information: hph4994@utulsa.edu

hometown: Platte City, MO

program: B.A. Psychology

lab affiliation: 2018- present

Hannah is a sophomore undergraduate student pursuing her bachelor’s degree in psychology. She hopes to attend grad school and earn a PhD. Her research interests include addiction, children, and mental disorders. She is involved in Greek life on campus as well as the Golden Hurricane Marching Band.

Samantha Barber

contact information: samantha-barber@utulsa.edu

hometown: Oak Ridge, TN

program: B. A. Psychology

lab affiliation: 2017- present

Samantha is a junior and hopes to pursue a masters in Industrial Organizational Psychology and work for an external consulting company.

Samantha is a varsity member of the University of Tulsa women’s rowing team as well as a frequent hiker.

Sabrina Monsees

contact information: sjm388@utulsa.edu

hometown: Kansas City, MO

program: Psychology and History

lab affiliation: 2017- present

Sabrina Monsees is a senior undergraduate student pursuing bachelor’s degrees in psychology and history. Following her graduation from Tulsa, she hopes to attend graduate school and earn a PhD in the field of Social Psychology. Her research interests focus on gender and leadership. She competes on the University of Tulsa Cross Country and Track team and enjoys reading, watching The Office, and eating Braum’s ice cream in her free time.

Tatum Cole

contact information: karentcole@gmail.com

hometown: Wagoner, OK

program: Psychology

lab affiliation: 2017-present

Tatum is a sophomore undergraduate student pursuing her Bachelors of Science in Psychology. She is passionate about studying the mental health climate in developing countries and working to change the stigma of mental health disorders. After studying abroad in India, she fell in love with the culture and hopes to go back to the country to learn more about how psychology is developing in a society that places emphasis on the health of the spirit as well as the mind. After graduating from TU, Tatum hopes to get her PhD in Global Mental Health.