Title

Student Well-Being in Agricultural Clubs/Organizations and Teams

Presenter Information

Laura GanvikFollow

Academic Level at Time of Presentation

Senior

Major

Agribusiness

Minor

Global Agribusiness

List all Project Mentors & Advisor(s)

Dr. Michelle Santiago

Presentation Format

Poster Presentation

Abstract/Description

This project involves measuring student well-being in agricultural clubs, organizations, and teams. The hypothesis is that students who participate on a team affiliated with their organization are happier than those who participated in the organization but not on the team. The survey was designed using the PERMA model of physiological well-being and happiness. Students were asked to identify the agricultural club, organization, or team in which they are most involved, and responded to the PERMA model with respect to that club, organization, or team. Other information was also collected regarding the student demographics and other agricultural organizational involvement.

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Student Well-Being in Agricultural Clubs/Organizations and Teams

This project involves measuring student well-being in agricultural clubs, organizations, and teams. The hypothesis is that students who participate on a team affiliated with their organization are happier than those who participated in the organization but not on the team. The survey was designed using the PERMA model of physiological well-being and happiness. Students were asked to identify the agricultural club, organization, or team in which they are most involved, and responded to the PERMA model with respect to that club, organization, or team. Other information was also collected regarding the student demographics and other agricultural organizational involvement.