Psychology Students Impact the Local Community with Donations

Jeff Stone’s Social Psychology of Attitudes course requires students to apply course material to real-life situations. Students in the class recently went out to the Tucson community to educate people about food insecurity on campus, and to request donations for UA’s Campus Pantry, whose mission is to alleviate hunger in the UA Wildcat community by providing food assistance to those in need. Students developed their own sales campaigns and took their campaign door-to-door. The results were impressive, collecting over 400 pounds of food and 200 in cash donations.

Published Date: 
10/20/2018 - 09:57

Engagement course brings together undergrads and older adults

Elizabeth Glisky’s new Adult Development and Aging class this past Spring connected 20 senior undergrads with older adults in the Tucson community. The students visited with residents of retirement communities to learn about their lives.

Published Date: 
10/21/2018 - 09:35



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