Flagship campus students are excited to launch Seahawks Care, a series of weekly initiatives designed to further promote the impact that positivity has on overall well-being.

With the focus of showing appreciation to the various dining services professionals who regularly assist hundreds of students, faculty and staff, at the Sodexho Marketplace, this week’s project is led by seniors Jamilla Banks-Wall, an Interdisciplinary Studies major and Allie Williams, a Marketing major, and is part of the university’s Positive Psychology course led by Dr. Cathy Bush, a psychology professor and Program Director of the Flagship Campus’ Department of Psychology.

“The purpose is to spread random acts of kindness around the Flagship Campus and within the West Palm Beach Community, in an attempt to remind others that we appreciate and value them as both friends and neighbors,” said Banks-Wall, who added that students will be regularly sharing fun #SeahawksCare visuals for all to enjoy on Keiser University’s social media pages.

Dr. Bush is very enthusiastic about the way that the class has embraced this project. “The students have taken the lessons of positive psychology to heart, and it is our hope that their positive energy will become contagious, and will inspire many others to be kind and helpful to one another as well,” she said.

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