Kit G
They/Them/Theirs • Undergraduate Student Assistant, GIST Lab • Undergraduate Research Fellow • Our Campus

Kit is a junior at CU, double majoring in Psychology and Neuroscience and minoring in International Affairs. They are working as an Undergraduate Research Assistant on the “Our Campus” project with Dr. Kilimnik’s Growth, Identity, and Sexual Trauma (GIST) Lab, investigating the sense of belonging in marginalized identity undergraduate students. Within the Crown community, Kit is also one of the inaugural Undergraduate Research Fellows, which has allowed them to explore different areas of wellness and psychological research, as well as their own research passions. Kit’s research interests include the impact of traumatic brain injury on long-term mental health, attention and memory processes in individuals with PTSD, and the psychology of sexuality and gender. Kit is grateful to be a part of a community that strives toward building a better world, and for all the knowledge that comes with being a part of the Crown team.