Inoue receives grant-in-aid for research on charity sport in Cambodia

Assistant professor Yuhei Inoue,  Ph.D., was awarded a Grant-in-Aid (GIA) worth nearly $22,000 from the University of Minnesota’s Office of the Vice President for Research. For the grant, Inoue will visit Cambodia twice over then next year as he assesses the social impact of the Angkor Wat International Half Marathon, a small-scale annual charity sport event held […]

CEHD staff help football half-of-famer Bell complete his degree

Football hall-of-famer Bobby Bell, 74, is a new alum of the recreation, park, and leisure students program (RPLS), and CEHD staff worked behind the scenes to help make that happen. Bell was enrolled at the U of M in the early 1960s, long before electronic databases were used to track student progress. Mary Ellen Shaw, coordinator of student […]

Serido: Helping young adults cope with financial stress

Department of Family Social Science professor Joyce Serido’s research focuses on associations between financial coping behaviors of young adults and their resilience, adaptation, and life success. “You don’t have to be rich to cope with financial stress,” she explained in a CEHD Vision2020 article. “Coping with financial stress starts with an understanding that the decisions […]