Research, Human Ecology and a Healthier Planet with special guest Stephanie Wakefield, Ph.D.- Podcast
Today, the podcast highlights strides made in university research and the Human Ecology program with Stephanie Wakefield, Ph.D., Research Chair for CGUS and Director of the Human Ecology Program.
LIFE UNIVERSITY SPONSORS RestoreHER INAUGURAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE
Savannah, Georgia– February 13, 2023 – Life University (Life U) Life University proudly served as a sponsor of the RestoreHER Inaugural Research Conference, “D.A.T.A. is Life: The Importance of Inclusivity and Accessibility in Criminal Legal System Research.”
“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.
The Relationship Between EEG (electroencephalogram) Patterns, Heart Rate Variability, Single Session of Chiropractic Care and Stress Scores
This study looks at how a single session of chiropractic care changes the brain, using a couple of different electroencephalography (EEG) techniques. One technique examined the brain during resting state. This is considered the baseline or the starting point from which to gauge. Researchers hoped to answer the question, “How does the brain respond to unique stimulus?”
Campus Rainwater Garden
Destinee Rivera’s goal is to create a rainwater garden on the Life University campus, creating a green infrastructure by the Ian Grassam Treehouse. She will have six types of plants, including three types of flowers, two different types of shrubs and grass. The natural beauty of this garden will add to the pretty landscape of our environmentally friendly campus, and it will serve an important purpose.
ATLANTA CITY COUNCIL PROCLAIMS SEPTEMBER 2022 AS LIFE UNIVERSITY FOUNDERS MONTH FOR RESEARCH
September 20, 2022- On Monday, September 19, 2022, the Atlanta City Council President Doug Shipman made a proclamation in their regularly scheduled committee meeting that September 2022 would be recognized as Life University (Life U) Founders Month for Research on the 127th anniversary of the chiropractic profession’s founding.
LIFE UNIVERSITY RECEIVES TWO AWARDS AT CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH CONFERENCE
August 9, 2022- Representatives of Life University’s (Life U) Dr. Sid E. Williams Center for Chiropractic Research (CCR) recently attended and brought back two prestigious awards from the 28th Educational Conference and Research Agenda Conference (ACC-RAC 2022) hosted by the Association of Chiropractic Colleges (ACC). The conference was held from July 24-26, 2022, in San Diego, California.
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.
LIFE UNIVERSITY TO HOLD ENVIRONMENTAL EVENTS AHEAD OF EARTH DAY
Marietta, Georgia, April 8, 2021 – In advance of Earth Day on April 22, Life University (LIFE) is holding a series of community service events on its 110-acre campus to promote environmental stewardship and to demonstrate the University’s guiding principle, Lasting Purpose: “To live an inner-directed life, to give, to do, to love, to serve, out of your own abundance.”