Center for the Advancement of Well-Being
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Research Overview

The center’s senior scholars and research fellows are engaged in scholarly and creative activities that contribute to the growing knowledge on well-being and our understanding of evidence-based practices and applications. Our scholars and fellows represent a wide range of disciplines and fields and many are engaged in interdisciplinary research that unites scholars and educators around a common agenda.

Using a theory-to-practice and practice-to-theory approach, our scholars and fellows make intentional connections between science and application. Some of these contributions include authored and edited books, journal articles, curriculum transformation projects, sponsored research on measuring well-being, and investigating practices that sustain social justice advocates to name a few examples. A passion that all of our scholars and fellows share is their commitment to increase the well-being of others through their scholarship, teaching, and advocacy.

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