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    • Assessing the Predictors of On-campus Student Wellbeing in the Time of COVID-19 

      Hrzich, Victoria Lynn (2021-02)
      College students endure a great deal of stress and are one of the most vulnerable groups for mental health difficulties. Despite the stressors they face, a vast array of research highlights several factors that contribute ...
    • Student Veterans: Factors Impacting Campus Adjustment 

      Borak, Allyssa Lynn (2020-01)
      Veterans represent a growing part of the student body on college campuses. Yet, retention rates continue to remain lower among student veterans in comparison to their civilian peers. A majority of research regarding the ...
    • Student Veterans: The Transition Process 

      Crane, Andrew Edwin (2021-03)
      Separation from the military and reintegration into civilian life can be a challenging experience for veterans. One opportunity that veterans pursue during this transition process is secondary education. Despite growing ...
    • Student Well-being in the Time of COVID: Survey of Online Students' Coping 

      Coble, Ellen Catherine (2021-02)
      The emergence of theCOVID-19 pandemic has presented the global population with a considerable stress or resulting in significant loss of life, impaired health, disrupted social practices, and economic atrophy. While many ...
    • Women's Health: The Impact of Child Abuse on Healthcare Utilization 

      Brandon, Brianna Mae (2020-02)
      Research has consistently shown the negative consequences associated with child abuse. Specifically, those with a history of child abuse are more likely to suffer from psychological disorders and physiological diseases ...