Meredith Smith, bereavement coordinator at Iowa Hospice, and Elaine Eshbaugh, coordinator of UNI's gerontology program, will discuss hospice services and bereavement among individuals who have lost a loved one. This event is free and open to the public.
School of Applied Human Sciences
Meredith Smith, bereavement coordinator at Iowa Hospice, will discuss grief and coping with death among children. This event is free and open to the public.
Dr. Elaine Eshbaugh will discuss risk factors, prevention strategies and current research on Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. This presentation is open to students, faculty, staff, professionals in aging and the public.
Gary Gute, director, Creative Life Research Center and associate professor, School of Applied Human Sciences, and Deanne Gute, associate director, Creative Life Research Center, will present "Complexity as a Catalyst for Flow and Creativity in the Early Family Lives of Highly Creative People." Bring your lunch; cookies will be provided. Forty years of creativity literature has identified complexity and flow as central to the lives of creative persons. However, research has not sufficiently explored the influence of complexity within the family in shaping adult creativity. This presentation reports the results of a study (Gute, Gute, Nakamura, & Csikszentmihalyi) that explored complexity in the early family lives of nine creative exemplars who have made significant contributions to contemporary culture.
The Out of the Darkness Walk will increase awareness about depression and suicide. Funds raised will support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s research efforts and educational programs. The three mile walk will bring together people who have lost loved ones to suicide or know someone struggling with depression.