Julie Martin

Julie Martin

May 05, 2014

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About This Project

Little research has examined how social exclusion in college affects the well-being and adjustment of young adults. My research aims to address this issue by using the sorority recruitment process to study the direct impact of rejection on college students' well-being.

If you can remember how much you wanted to fit in when you first got to
college, you can understand how important this research is. Even a dollar will help!

Blast off!

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