Kendall Robinson

Kendall Robinson

Mentor

Andrea D. Guastello, Ph.D.

College

College of Medicine

Major

Health Science

Minor

N/A

Organizations

Omega Phi Alpha - Standards Board, Hearts for the Homeless - Active Member and Mentor, LEAP Mentorship Program - Mentor, Center for Undergraduate Research Board of Students - Director of the University Liaison Council

Academic Awards

Bright Futures Scholarship (2018), Culver's Foundation Scholarship (2018), GCSAA Scholarship (2019), BHS Honors Program (2020), University Scholars Program (2021)

Volunteering

UF Health Volunteer

Research Interests

Mental Health, Public Health, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Women's Health

Hobbies and Interests

Reading, painting, & listening to music

Research Project

COVID-19 Impacts on Undergraduate Education

The purpose of this study is to examine the impacts of online learning during COVID-19 on mental health in Undergraduate students in Florida. This study will have a cross-sectional survey research design. Participants will be recruited through Listservs, email blasts, and social media. Three validated measures, the Generalized Anxiety Disorder 7-item (GAD-7) Scale, 10-item Perceived Stress Scale, and PROMIS Depression 8b Short Form will be used to assess anxiety, depression, and stress in the participants. Our aims for this study are to (1) examine how the shift to online learning during COVID-19 has affected the mental health of university students in Florida and (2) evaluate differences between mental health in students who are taking only online classes versus students taking some in-person classes. 

  • Andrea D. Guastello, Ph.D.
  • Health Science
  • N/A
  • Mental Health, Public Health, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Women's Health
  • Bright Futures Scholarship (2018), Culver's Foundation Scholarship (2018), GCSAA Scholarship (2019), BHS Honors Program (2020), University Scholars Program (2021)
  • Omega Phi Alpha - Standards Board, Hearts for the Homeless - Active Member and Mentor, LEAP Mentorship Program - Mentor, Center for Undergraduate Research Board of Students - Director of the University Liaison Council
  • UF Health Volunteer
  • Reading, painting, & listening to music
  • COVID-19 Impacts on Undergraduate Education
  • The purpose of this study is to examine the impacts of online learning during COVID-19 on mental health in Undergraduate students in Florida. This study will have a cross-sectional survey research design. Participants will be recruited through Listservs, email blasts, and social media. Three validated measures, the Generalized Anxiety Disorder 7-item (GAD-7) Scale, 10-item Perceived Stress Scale, and PROMIS Depression 8b Short Form will be used to assess anxiety, depression, and stress in the participants. Our aims for this study are to (1) examine how the shift to online learning during COVID-19 has affected the mental health of university students in Florida and (2) evaluate differences between mental health in students who are taking only online classes versus students taking some in-person classes.