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The Puppy Lab also coincided with National Mental Health Awareness Month, a month dedicated to discussing and reducing the stigmas of mental health. Ku is interested in the effect her project could have on improving students’ mental health.
“Having had interactions with people with many of these concerns, stress levels and anxiety, I definitely am grateful that I was able to contribute in a positive way and address this issue,” she said.
MIT also held a number of other dog-petting events such as Furry First Friday, Cookies with Canines and Yappy Hour, as well as stress-relieving events as part of its #MentalHealthMay calendar.
Northeastern University has also held therapy dog events on campus during Mental Health Awareness Week in October and finals weeks. This year however, Active Minds, the mental health awareness organization that usually plans these events, was unable to do so, according to Active Minds advocacy chair Anthony Formicola.
“In both instances, the company we had a previous connection with, [Therapy Dogs International] TDI, was unable to commit enough dogs to the days that we had scheduled,” he said.
TDI has volunteer dogs and handlers in all 50 states and as of 2012, 24,750 dog and handler teams were registered.
Formicola added that, although they were unable to plan these events this year, Active Minds is very determined to make this a reality next year on the Northeastern campus.
At MIT, before Ku began her project, she sent out a survey to the undergraduate MIT community to assess their stress levels. Now she plans to collect project-evaluation data so that she may continue this lab as a series.
“I would like to make a program that lasts,” Ku said. “I have a small group of volunteers who are enthusiastic about helping and ultimately I would like to consolidate all the therapy dog events on campus.”
Photo courtesy Stephanie Ku