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Ryan and Leanne Clarke Prizes in Advocacy and Active Citizenship

Social Psychology students’, Jodie Lo and Leteesha Henny have won third place in the Clarke Prize competition held on March 2, 2018. The Clarke Prizes in Advocacy and Active Citizenship were established in 2014 by Ryan Clarke and his wife Leanne to reward distinguished advocacy demonstrated by students who are advocating or wish to advocate for some type of meaningful social and/or political change.

Mar 12, 2018

“Integrating Puzzles into University Settings; Increasing Critical Thinking while Reducing Stress” Research shows that puzzles and logic games may help nurture the emotional health of university students. They have the potential to develop and refine important critical thinking skills. Lo and Henny are advocating for to create positive spaces where university students can engage with activities like jigsaw-puzzles, logic games, crosswords and other similar activities reducing stress and improving critical thinking.