Biology of Healthy Aging: Mindfulness and Meditation

By: Anna Foley, Undergraduate Student, Communication Through the course of a year, I studied the biology of aging in college students specifically surrounding the topics of physical activity and wellness levels. The public problem addressed by this project was exemplified during the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. During the coronavirus pandemic, loneliness and social isolation … Continue reading Biology of Healthy Aging: Mindfulness and Meditation

Understanding Consumer Behaviors to Retain Volunteers

By: Gia Nardini, Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing & Communications A Little Help, a local nonprofit, had been successful in recruiting volunteers, but the organization was struggling to keep their volunteers engaged beyond a couple interactions. A connection was made between Gia Nardini and A Little Help through the Scholar Shop which led to a … Continue reading Understanding Consumer Behaviors to Retain Volunteers