“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”
The legacy of Human Ecology is inspiring; particularly its longstanding focus on improving the quality of human life. One of the most critical of life’s concerns is achieving economic well-being. Consistent with this view, my scholarship focuses on understanding how to improve financial capacity through education, broadly conceived. Recent studies have investigated teachers’ background and capacity to teach personal finance, examined interactions around personal finance in the online social world, and explored how to harness the power of technology to enhance financial literacy education and personal financial well-being.
Civil Society and Community Studies Department