The Faces of Healthcare Education at UWFJuly 30, 2018 | Martha D. Saunders, Ph.D.
I would be hard pressed to find any recent list of top-demand careers that isn’t dominated by requests for healthcare professionals. In Florida, two critical issues impacting healthcare include an aging population demanding more care and an aging workforce of nurses nearing retirement.
Increasing Access to Mental Health Services on College CampusesJune 5, 2018 | Martha D. Saunders, Ph.D.
The Fall 2017 National College Health Assessment by the American College Health Association found that in the past 12 months, nearly 40 percent of college students felt so depressed “that it was difficult to function,” and more than 60 percent felt “overwhelming anxiety.”
UWF Breaks the Mold in Active Learning in Higher Education, Makes Graduates “Career Ready”May 24, 2018 | Martha D. Saunders, Ph.D.
There’s a buzz in higher education, a hot topic that we’re all talking about: active learning in higher education.
Opinion - Graduation Day: An Occasion for AllMay 22, 2018 | Martha D. Saunders, Ph.D.
I do believe May is my favorite month of the year. At UWF, the highlight of the month is graduation day when we confer hard-earned bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees to our students and send them off to change the world.
UWF: Channeling the Legacy of the ArgonautsOctober 10, 2017 | Martha D. Saunders, Ph.D.
Recently, I was delighted to receive a visit from a community member who brought greetings from Volos, Greece. Why is that special? As it turns out, Volos proudly hails as the Home of the Argonauts – the site where the mythological hero, Jason, and friends set off for adventures in search of the Golden Fleece.