Event Title

Study of First-generation Immigrant Students who arrived to the U.S. during Childhood and their Well-being and Academic Experiences as an Adult

Presenter Information

Erika Banuelos Alvarado

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Major

Social Sciences

Category

Behavioral and Social Sciences

Session Number

04

Location

RM 218

Faculty Mentor

Dr. King-To Yeung

Juror Names

Nerea Marteache, Erica Lizano, Arianna Huhn

Start Date

5-16-2019 1:00 PM

End Date

5-16-2019 1:20 PM

Abstract

The purpose of this project is to survey first-generation, immigrant, college students about their mental well-being levels. The survey will target first generation immigrant students who arrived in the United States during childhood. The goal is to find whether there is a correlation between having difficult experiences upon arriving to the U.S. during childhood and their their well-being and academic experiences as adults.

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May 16th, 1:00 PM May 16th, 1:20 PM

Study of First-generation Immigrant Students who arrived to the U.S. during Childhood and their Well-being and Academic Experiences as an Adult

RM 218

The purpose of this project is to survey first-generation, immigrant, college students about their mental well-being levels. The survey will target first generation immigrant students who arrived in the United States during childhood. The goal is to find whether there is a correlation between having difficult experiences upon arriving to the U.S. during childhood and their their well-being and academic experiences as adults.