Several members traveled to Washington, D.C. for the annual American Psychological Association (APA) conference. The symposia on Trauma-Related Sleep Disturbances covered the hard work that has been going on at TU on Dr. Davis’ nightmare treatment over the past decade. With over 100 people in the audience (on the last day of the conference, nonetheless), it was an enormous success! The lab is proud of all those who presented! The lab is also grateful for the hard work of symposia chair, Jim Scholl, and symposia discussant, Dr. Davis. Way to go TRAPT LAB!
Jennifer Steward presents at APA 2014
Rachel Micol presents at APA 2014
Katherine Miller presents at APA 2014
Dr. Davis (symposia discussant) addresses the audience at APA 2014
The panel answers questions from audience members at APA 2014
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Our spring lab party was a huge success this year! 80′s Karaoke!! We pulled on our leg warmers, dusted off the zubaz, and teased up our hair! This was Chris’ last lab party so we wanted to make sure it … Continue reading
Congratulations to all those graduating this Saturday, May 10th. We are especially proud of two of our undergraduates, Julian Frazier and Laura Luke, who will graduating and finishing their time as TRAPT stars! Julian has been accepted to University of … Continue reading
Several members traveled to San Antonio, TX for the annual Southwestern Psychological Association (SWPA) conference. The symposia on Trauma-Related Sleep Problems was a huge success. Great job to those who presented!
SWPA 2014 Presenters
Chris, Katherine, Rachel, Jim, Jenn, & Shreela Palit
We would like to recognize and congratulate Chris Cranston for successfully matching for clinical internship this year! He will interning with the University of Alabama-Birmingham neuropsychology rotation! Although we will be very sad to see him go, we are very proud of all of his accomplishments and know he’ll be very successful in his developing career! One more step to PhD! Cheers, Chris!!
The University of Tulsa Institute for Trauma, Adversity, & Injustice [TITAN] has partnered with Jenks Southeast Elementary School to gather school supplies for a school in Ghana that we visit through Dr. Davis’ study abroad class. Recently a group of students went to a “packing party” to pack up the supplies to be sent abroad. Thousands of supplies were collected- we look forward to seeing the Ghanaian children with their new items!
The TITAN crew with a few of the elementary school students at the packing party
Jenn and Dr. Davis helping packing up lots of books and school supplies!
Kelsey helping at the packing party!
So many helping hands!
Each month a member of the TRAPT center is awarded the ”TRAPT Star“ for hard work and dedication to the lab. The TRAPT Star for October is Elisabeth Akeman. Elisabeth has shown great enthusiasm for our new project Time to Report Rape and has been working hard to collect data. Her enthusiasm has been contagious among the undergraduate students.
Our senior undergraduate lab member, Laura Luke, was awarded the Outstanding Community Service Award! This award is given to the student who most exemplifies the spirit of the psychologist in giving back to the community. Congratulations on all of your hard work, Laura! We cannot wait to see all the amazing things you will do in the future!
Laura & Dr. Davis at the undergraduate award banquet.
Laura received the Outstanding Community Service Award
Making her mentor & advisor proud!
Katherine, Laura, Dr. Davis
Our doctoral program in Clinical Psychology is being identified as performing exceptionally well in an upcoming article being published in the APA journal Training and Education in Professional Psychology. We truly are a “hidden gem”. Check it out here.
The TRAPT Star of the Month was established to celebrate the productivity, contribution, and organizational citizenship of our lab members. This month, we do not only celebrate the recipient for these attributes. Rather, we would like to make special mention of her patient guidance, thoughtful and democratic leadership, and unyielding dedication to making our lab and its members the best they can be. We are pleased to present our lab manager, Katherine Miller, with this month’s TRAPT Star. Congratulations, Katherine, and thank you for all you do.