Shahad is from Saudi Arabia. She received her B.E. in Home Economics from King Abdulaziz University. She works as a research assistant with her major professor Dr. Megan Haselschwerdt who is the director of the Family Violence Across the Lifespan Research Team. Shahad's research focuses on domestic violence with emphasis on interparental violence and coercive control. Her study looks for the short and long-term health outcomes from the perspective of women and children exposed to domestic violence and abuse.
M.S. Expected 2019, Child and Family Studies, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
2014 - 2015, Studying at George Washington University: Master’s program of Early Childhood Special Education (Not completed – accomplished 24hrs out of 42hrs)
B.Ed. 2012, Home Economics, King Abdulaziz University (KAU)
Kavohec, A., Haselschwerdt, M. L., & Subiani, S. A. (2019). Does how we measure domestic violence exposure influence resilience outcomes? Poster presentation accepted for ResilienceCon, Nashville, TN.
Kahovec, A.,Subiani, S., Haselschwerdt, M.L. (2019, April). Does how we measure domestic violence exposure influence resilience outcomes? Poster presentation at the annual Resilience Conference, Nashville, TN.
Subiani, S. A., Capannola, A., & Haselschwerdt, M. L. (2019). Coping strategies of young adults exposed to domestic violence in childhood. Poster presentation accepted for ResilienceCon, Nashville, TN.
Subiani, S. A., & Haselschwerdt, M. L. (2019). An exploratory study of the relationship between exposure to interparental domestic violence and young adults’ physical health symptoms. Poster presented at the Southeastern Symposium on Child and Family Development, Athens, GA.