A student perspective on Human Ecology and a greener campus, with guest Kaitlin Ivey- Podcast
Kaitlyn Ivey joins us to let us know about her journey as a B.S in Human Ecology student, as well as the growth of the Green LIFE club on campus, of which she currently serves as Vice President.
Life University Research Studies Leading to Health Sciences Innovations- Research Series
Over the past nine weeks, we have shared with all of you the remarkable research that is currently being conducted at Life University (Life U). From chiropractic innovations to climate change and COPD coaching, our university is putting in the work required to positively change the world.
Sustainable Development to Positively Make an Environmental Impact- Research Series
Life University (Life U) Human Ecology student Kaitlin Ivey is completing her research project on permaculture and how this practice is an eco-friendly solution to better help the environment and climate change.
“How do Biodegradable Plastics Effect Soil Quality?” – Research Series
Life University (Life U) Research Series From Your Extraordinary LIFE (YEL) 2022 Edition Exploring Research Through the Eyes of Life U Students College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies Abigail Bachman, Human Ecology Student, Dr. Stephanie Wakefield, Program Coordinator + Assistant Professor | Human Ecology Program,…
LIFE UNIVERSITY STUDENT TO SERVE ON LEADERSHIP COUNCIL FOR 2023 GEORGIA CLIMATE CONFERENCE
Marietta, Georgia– February 3, 2022 – Life University is pleased to announce that Kaitlyn Ivey, a student in the Bachelor’s in Human Ecology program, has been selected to serve on the Student Leadership Council for the Georgia Climate Project’s (GCP) 2023 Georgia Climate Conference.
Butterfly Research Project
Jazmyn Hambrick, who recently graduated with a Human Ecology degree wants to let people know that butterflies are not only pretty, but they are also vital to our future. Restoring these lovely creatures back into the environment is not about cosmetics and beauty, but they serve an important purpose in sustaining our environment. Butterflies help us sustain our food supply, as well as other plants.
Faces of LIFE- Dr. Stephanie Wakefield
Dr. Wakefield is relatively new to Life U, having only come on board in Fall 2020. Yet in her short time at Life U thus far, Dr. Wakefield has left several positive waves in her wake. “I really enjoy working at Life U, and one of the things I love is the openness of the University and the community here to create this new program—this Human Ecology program—and trying innovative teaching and learning methods, like outdoor learning, active learning,” said Dr. Wakefield.
LIFE UNIVERSITY JOINS THE GEORGIA CLIMATE PROJECT
January 31, 2022 – Life University (Life U) has become the tenth university in the state to join the Georgia Climate Project.