Supported by a grant from Healthy Eating Research, the study found that 70% of shoppers were less likely to buy fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as meat and seafood, when shopping online than in person.
Michael Wolff, adjunct professor of Jazz Studies, is an award-winning jazz pianist, composer, and bandleader. Recently, he added another notch to his creative belt with the release of his memoir, On That Note.
Dance Education graduate student Dominique M. Fontenot will be choreographing one of nine dances as part of the 2022 Masters’ Dance Concert on April 29 and 30. We spoke with Dominique about her use of “weighting” versus “waiting, what it meant to her to gain weight during lockdown and why it feels good to accept yourself just the way you are.
At the latest Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion for the Arts Workshop, the Performing Arts Administration students participated in the change-making process of advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in their graduate program.