Moms and dads who encourage candid talk about college life can help their children survive and thrive amid the tricky transition to higher education, says a WSU scientist.
The tool was created based on community partner experiences and food pantry feedback.
Last year in Washington, the program directly reached more than a thousand adults and 2,000 children, and more than 4,400 family members indirectly.
“We don’t take a small pattern and make it bigger. We know that doesn’t work.” — Debbie Christel
Paid maternity leave improves the psychological well‑being of working mothers and their children, study indicates.
Millions of tons of cotton and cellulose waste may be kept out of landfills by spinning it into valuable fibers for new clothing.
“Not in front of the kids” — an age‑old plea for parents to avoid showing conflict and strong negative emotions around their children — could be wrong.
Food box program helps families eat more nutritious meals, while giving rural farms and retailers a healthier economic base.
By Corrie Wilder, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication
PULLMAN, Wash. – Young women enrolled in high schools and colleges told Washington State University researchers that people routinely make sexual comments, both in-person and online, about them and their bodies.
By Jessica Roth, intern, WSU Tri-Cities
RICHLAND, Wash. – WSU Tri-Cities recently launched an initiative to combat the growing need for food availability and improve population health and wellbeing on campus.