506 College Student Dilemma: Too Little Sleep and Too Much Stress

Friday, March 16, 2012: 8:45 AM-10:00 AM
Convention Center: Room 203
AAHE/Implement Strategies/Interventions/Programs
Session 1- This study determined correlations among studentsí sleep habits, social interactions, academic performance, and physical/emotional health status. Results are intended to provide a better understanding of programming efforts needed to address sleep deprivation of young adults in higher education. Session 2-Session is for university faculty, education and program administrators, and students to explore stress from a college studentís perspective, and learn various techniques to manage stress on college campuses.
Impact of Sleep Deprivation on Young Adults in Higher Education
Charlotte Guynes and Beth McKinney, Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, VA
Implementing Stress Management Programs on College Campuses
Stacey C. Isidro, Rice University, Houston, TX