Date of Defense

4-19-2022

Date of Graduation

4-2022

Department

Speech, Language and Hearing Science

First Advisor

Elissa Allen

Second Advisor

Dawn Smith

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic decreased undergraduate students’ feelings of connectedness and increased their anxiety. Research has shown that small group activities between faculty and students may increase feelings of connectedness and community. The purpose of this study is to determine feelings of connectedness among WMU students and identify potential interventions to increase social connectedness that are based on participants’ preferences. The aim of this study is to determine a baseline measure of feelings of social connectedness in WMU students. A secondary aim is to determine student preferences for interventions aimed at increasing feelings of connectedness.

Access Setting

Honors Thesis-Restricted

Restricted to Campus until

6-6-2024

Available for download on Wednesday, June 05, 2024

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