Center for Transdisciplinary Research
- Crisis response
literacy: This project is aimed to better understand college students’
knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors in response to crisis situations.
- MWell4Success: This project is aimed at
improving mental health literacy among college students to create an
environment that values mental wellbeing and enhances student success.
- Wellness coaches: This project is the
implementation and evaluation of an integrated approach to wellness
coaching to improve student wellbeing and academic success.
- TAO social marketing campaign: The campaign encourages male students to seek help for any mental health concerns.
- StudentLife application project: This grant-funded project seeks to build upon USF’s existing predictive analytics for college retention by including health and wellness variables gathered from matriculating students to build more powerful predictive models, thus increasing USF student success. (PI: DeBate)
- National College Health Assessment: This project analyzes data collected as part of the American College Health Association’s National College Health Assessment.
- Wake Forest University Well-being Assessment: This project analyzes data collected as part of Wake Forest University’s National Well-being Assessment.
Depression and oral
contraceptive use: This project examines the association between
depression and oral contraceptive use among college students.
- Feed-A-Bull Food Pantry: This project
examines the prevalence of food insecurity and diet quality on student
health and academic performance.
- Tobacco policy implementation: The
project outlines the process to implement a tobacco- and smoke-free campus
policy and documents steps to improve implementation and enforcement.
- Vincent House Wellness Initiative: This project evaluates the effectiveness of the wellness initiative at Vincent House, a non-profit devoted to assisting individuals recovering from mental illness and other disabilities.