Faculty and Student Projects

The Center for the Study of Aging proudly features selected student work. Here you will find informative brochures, internship reports and essays focusing on critical issues related to public health and aging.

Brochures, Flyers, and Posters for Public Information

Featured below are instructor selected student works from a variety of course projects focused on providing health education materials for older adults and others.

Dementia and Related Disorders

dementia illustration

Undergraduate student in the Department of Community and Environmental Health developed a brochure to define dementia and identify available resources. Student: Ryan Kemp. Advisor: Carolyn Templeton.

Keep Your Hearing in Check

hearing illustration

Undergraduate student in the Department of Community and Environmental Health developed a flyer to identify signs of hearing loss, treatment and prevention strategies. Student: Sarah Van Patten. Advisor: Carolyn Templeton.

Important Facts about Constipation

Picture of whole grains, fruits and vegetables. Text on image says: Fiber: Food sources of fiber include whole wheat, bran, fresh or dried fruits and vegetables

Undergraduate student in the Department of Community and Environmental Health developed a flyer to identify causes, treatment and prevention strategies for constipation. Student: Sarah Taylor. Advisor: Carolyn Templeton.

The Aging Eye

eye exam

Undergraduate student in the Department of Community and Environmental Health developed a brochure to describe of age related eye deficiencies, treatment, and prevention strategies. Student: Jessica Williams. Advisor: Carolyn Templeton.

Psychological Changes: Help on the Way

rain cloud raining on man

Undergraduate student in the Department of Community and Environmental Health developed a brochure to define symptoms and resources for depression and loneliness. Student: Amy Ortman. Advisor: Carolyn Templeton.

Heart Disease: What you should know

smiling heart

Undergraduate student in the Department of Community and Environmental Health developed a flyer that identifies facts, prevention, and resources for heart health. Student: Brittany Anderson. Advisor: Carolyn Templeton.

Changes to the Nervous System

image of nerve system

Undergraduate student in the Department of Kinesiology, Exercise Science developed a flyer to describe changes to the nervous system that occur with age. Student: Kara Tucker. Advisor: Carolyn Templeton.

Attitudes and Needs for Supervision and Care of Elderly or Impaired Individuals

attitude checkbox

A team of undergraduate students in the Department of Psychological Science conducted a survey of residents of the Boise area to assess awareness of and attitudes toward assisted living arrangements for the elderly and other vulnerable adults. The attached poster is a summary of findings from the survey. Team Members:Jace Greeson-Barreith, Nyssa Adams, Patricia Garcia, and Rachel Angelillo. Advisor:Linda Anooshian.