2024 Graduates Needed for Research Participation: Understanding College Student Narratives in COVID-19

Researchers in the Department of Communication at the U of A are conducting a research study aimed at understanding the narratives of college students during the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of our exploration, we're eager to hear from seniors of 2024!

If you're at least 18 years old and are graduating in spring or summer 2024, we would greatly appreciate your participation. Your insights will contribute to a deeper understanding of the challenges and triumphs faced during these unprecedented times.

By completing a brief 30-minute online survey via Qualtrics, you'll not only share your story but also have the chance to win one of eight $100 gift cards. Your responses will be kept confidential to the extent allowed by law and university policy.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact the principal investigator, Dr. Rebecca Leach, at rl030@uark.edu.

Click here to get started. Congratulations on your upcoming graduation!

Contacts

Lacie Bryles, marketing and programs specialist
Department of Communications
479-575-7237, lcarte@uark.edu

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