How do people make new friends when they go to college? And how does this impact their behavior and success in college?
Tag: Spit for Science
This blog is a conversation between COBE researcher Dr. Jessica Salvatore and COBE Administrative Director Tom Bannard. They discuss Dr. Salvatore’s recent article, “The Role of Romantic Relationship Status in Pathways of Risk for Emerging Adult Alcohol Use,” which we wrote about in our first Research Review. Tom: So we are going to chat about alcohol, deviance,… Read more »
Congratulations to Dr. Jessica Salvatore!
COBE researchers led by Assistant Professor of Psychology Jessica Salvatore explore the ways that parental drinking, hooking up and risky drinking are all connected.
We’re so excited to start our first academic school year with COBE recognized as an official VCU Institute! Learn more about how to get involved this year in our Welcome Address.
COBE collaborated with undergraduate arts student Julia Moore to create an infographic on alcohol use based on data from the Spit for Science project.
Congratulations to COBE’s Director of Student Engagement, Dr. Amy Adkins, who was recently awarded a Quest Innovation Award!
A new undergraduate course led by COBE director Danielle Dick and a multidisciplinary team of VCU faculty examining the state of college student mental health and wellness on a personal and systems level.
Last week the College Behavioral and Emotional Health Institute (COBE) received official approval from the university as the newest research institute at VCU.
Many people assume that trauma causes people to drink more, but until now that has actually not been clearly demonstrated in the research literature.
Does it ever seem like everyone else has all of the fun? Has that kind of thinking ever influenced your decisions around alcohol, substance use or sex?
The past week was crazy as we launched the COBE initiative. Six days and ten (!) Welcome Week events later, we now have >1200 followers across Facebook and Twitter (and if I could ever figure out how to get my Instagram account to work, I know we have more there too).
The VCU Social Media Institute offers undergraduate and graduate students from VCU a unique opportunity to work with exchange students from the Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program, funded by the US Embassy in Baghdad and carried out by Meridian International Center.
What is COBE, anyway? Learn all about it in this introductory post.