Do’s and Don’ts for Small Business, with Cory Johnson – Podcast
Cory Johnson is a strategic Bachelor of Business Administration student interested in small business who took it upon himself to write a research paper to serve as a Do’s and Don’t’s starter guide for small business would-be owners. This is part of our research series, co-hosted with Erin Gilligan from the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL).
Research Series- Harnessing Data for Knowledge of Pregnancy Outcomes with Lauren Bruss – Podcast
Pregnancy can be a tumultuous and anxiety-ridden time for mothers-to-be. Can chiropractic make that process any easier and even possibly positively affect birth outcomes? That is the question that Lauren Bruss, D.C. student and RISE scholar, seeks to explore in her research project through Life University. This special research series is co-hosted by Erin Gilligan, Project Coordinator of Research & Scholarly Activity.
Research Series- Surveying Chiropractic Benefits Over Time with Samantha Long – Podcast
How much of a difference does it truly make to receive chiropractic care from a young age? That is a fascinating question that has gone largely unexplored from a research perspective, but a determined young student in Life U’s chiropractic research track seeks to change that.
Redefining the possibilities of Research at Life U, with Erin Gilligan- Podcast
Erin Gilligan serves as Project Coordinator for the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at Life University. In this discussion, he expounds on vital research and scholarly activity coming out of CETL and Life U, and how students can get access to funds to explore passion research projects. Gilligan also has an interest in assisting this podcast in showcasing more innovative research initatives happening at the University, so keep checking in for more on that soon.
RISE Scholarships Give a Boost to Student Achievement
The Research, Innovation, Service and Education (RISE) scholarships provide opportunities for students to compete for $2,250 in scholarship funding while working under the mentorship of a Life University faculty or staff advisor on an evidence‐based research, education, service, entrepreneurial or creative project.