Tameka L. Gillum, associate professor of public health, gave an invited talk at the 39th annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference held March 6-9 in Columbus, Ohio.
Gillum’s talk, “Sexual Minority Youth’s Perceptions of Intimate Partner Violence” was part of the Featured Feminist Science Symposium titled “Culture’s Influence on the Development of Unique Meanings of IPV in Marginalized Populations.”
Each year, the Association for Women in Psychology and the Society for the Psychology of Women (Division 35 of the American Psychological Association) “identify innovative and high quality research” to be featured at the conference.
Gillum’s doctoral student, Leso Munala, presented a poster at the conference that featured her dissertation work. The poster was titled, “Health Practitioners’ Lived Experiences in Providing Services to Survivors of Sexual Violence in Nairobi, Kenya.”