Tag: well-being

  • Wellbeing in the University Context: The Role of Assessment

    About the Author: Madeline Nichols is a doctoral student in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University. Studying in the Human Development and Family Studies program, her research broadly focuses on how older adults and adults in midlife understand, process, and regulate their emotions, and how those emotional competencies intersect […]

  • Distance Learning is Hard – Here’s How to Make it Easier for Students

    About the Author: Madeline Nichols is a doctoral student in the College of Public Health and Human Studies at Oregon State University. Studying in the Human Development and Family Studies program, her research broadly focuses on how older adults and adults in midlife understand, process, and regulate their emotions, and how those emotional competencies intersect […]

  • Return on Investment

    What if a college instructor could appreciably increase the likelihood of the long-term well-being of a student by simply having a few conversations with the student? Great Jobs Great Lives, the recently released 2014 Gallup-Purdue Index National Report, links the quality of one’s college experience with subsequent well-being and with workplace engagement. This report is an eye […]