Category: in the spotlight

Nayden Clinic Study Focuses on Advancing Parkinson’s Treatment Options

February 17, 2023

Results of a potentially groundbreaking study on how to best gauge whether patients with moderate to severe Parkinson’s disease are effectively responding to treatments will be presented by two Nayden Rehabilitation Clinic graduate students and their advisors this fall. Overseen by Neag School of Education Department of Kinesiology clinical instructors Cristina Colon-Semenza and Laurie Devaney, […]

5 Things College Students Should Include in a Plan for Their Wellness

April 27, 2020

“As parents and other guardians get ready to prepare their teens for college, they should not neglect helping those new college students in terms of their overall well-being. Well-being is influenced by lots of factors, so an important part of supporting your wellness is to create a personal plan of action,” says Sandra Chafouleas a professor of Educational Psychology at the Neag School of Education.