This talk will discuss the pathophysiology process behind anxiety. The talk will look at the effects of anxiety on the body, how to detect it, recommended treatments and general suggestions of what to do for students who suffer with this diagnosis.
Julie Beck, RN, D.Ed., CNE
Director of Nursing & Associate Professor of Nursing, Wilson College
In the 1930s, the Great Depression forced American corporations to find new audiences, compelling the advertising industry to "discover" a previously unknown black consumer market. For the next 30 years, marketing experts sought to define, understand, and reach what they termed the "Negro market." This talk looks at how they did so, and how their efforts created a racially segregated market outside of the gaze of white America. It also examines how black New Yorkers used the concept of the "Negro market" in their postwar civil rights activism.
Changes in the racial and ethnic landscape in the United States, as well as increasing class polarization and challenges to the gendered social order, have left many in the country feeling anxious and uneasy. This talk will present information on several of these changes, and explore interpretations of current transformations to our race, class, and gender structure.
The Choice Data Report (link below) only displays the raw response data for all choice questions on the 2017 Wilson College Alumnae/i Survey and does not include demographic information or open responses. Analysis of the data and open responses from the survey remains ongoing by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and the Office of Advancement.
2017 Wilson College Alumnae/i Survey: Choice Data Results
Reception: March 28, 4:30-6PM, Bogigian Gallery