Students Utilize Social Psychology to Collect Donations

Two of our social psychology classes, under the guidance of lecturer Angela Napoli, embarked on a mission to make a difference in our campus community. Through a class assignment, students utilized persuasive techniques to collect donations for the on-campus food pantry.

Their efforts were astounding, resulting in the collection of over 300 food items and sanitary products. By employing innovative approaches such as foot-in-the-door and door-in-the-face techniques, students engaged with individuals and businesses, rallying support for this vital cause.

The initiative not only addressed a pressing social issue but also provided students with hands-on experience in applying theoretical concepts to real-world scenarios. It exemplifies the power of social psychology in creating positive change.

Congratulations to our students for their dedication and compassion. Together, we're making a difference in the lives of our campus community members.

Published: Mar 26, 2024 10:37am