Parenting advice can provide helpful insight to new parents, but Associate Professor Sarah Halper-Meekin shares exceptions to this data.
Consumer Science Dept. Chair and Associate Professor Cliff Robb discusses how student loan borrowers adjust their lifestyle due to their finances.
Human Development & Family Studies PhD student Anny Ortiz discusses research considering the use of psychedelics in treatment programs, and addresses common questions surrounding these methods.
Clinical Associate Professor Dipesh Navsaria reflects on a research finding that reading aloud to children could enhance their knowledge capacity.
Assistant Professor Margaret Kerr talks about her research findings surrounding COVID-19’s impact on parental mental health.
Artist-in-resident discusses the show, “Coming Together: Cultural Inspired Creation,” that runs through May 27 in the gallery located in the School of Human Ecology.
Associate Professor Sarah Halper-Meekin writes about her personal and professional opinions about the United States’ tax system and its shortcomings.
Assistant Professor Melody Harvey touches on how college courses are improving the financial literacy of students.