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The Various Impacts & Returns of Comprehensive Value-Based Financial Literacy Programming: Re-Evaluation of the Family Stabilization Plan 2017 McGee, Demitri

This study was designed to reevaluate the Family Stabilization Plan (FSP), that is administered by a local twin cities nonprofit organization entitled Build Wealth Minnesota. In order to do so, three aspects of financial literacy programs were explored including: the impact of FSP on individual program participants, their families and the communities they live in; how FSP program participants and staff perceive financial literacy programs and; identify areas of improvement for the FSP.

Kris Nelson Community-Based Research Program
Mental Health and the Gut Microbiome 2017 Mysz, Margaret

In recent decades, mental illness and its complications have been on the rise. Many view this increase in mental illness as a consequence of modernization. Specifically, economic changes, urbanization, dietary changes, sedentary lifestyles, lack of adequate sunlight, and decreases in social support are all believed to contribute to this increase.

Kris Nelson Community-Based Research Program