December 10, 2014
Personal financial planning faculty presents at conference
Several faculty members from the personal financial planning program in the School of Family Studies and Human Services, College of Human Ecology, recently presented research papers at the joint 2014 Financial Therapy Association/Academy of Financial Services Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
Cliff Robb, associate professor, presented "Components of financial satisfaction," "Who is against financial literacy?" and "Financial well-being and the gender gap."
Martin Seay, assistant professor, offered "Financial literacy and retirement preparedness best practice behaviors" and "Identifying the association between personality type and stock ownership."
Sonya Britt, associate professor and program director, presented "Couple money management and its influence on relationship satisfaction" and "Stressors in the office."