CBU's School of Behavioral Sciences hosts Dr. Rachel Terrill's lecture, Relationships Matter: What NFL Relationships Teach Us about Love, part of the 2015-2016 Culture and Justice Lecture Series, on March 3, 2016 from 6pm-8pm in the School of Business building's Innovators Auditorium.
Dubbed “Dr. Love” for her work on marriage and relationships, Rachel is passionate about making marriages work
Rachel Terrill holds a Ph.D. from the Department of Communication at The University of South Florida with a specialization in Interpersonal and Relational Communication.
Her research interests include relational communication including what makes people fall in love and what makes people stay in love. Dr. Terrill spent the last eleven years investigating the relationships and marriages of professional athletes. She began studying sports marriages while her husband, Craig Terrill, played for the Seattle Seahawks from 2004-2011. Her work has been featured in radio, television, online, and print publications.
Rachel teaches at Purdue University, writes for the National Football League’s Player Engagement website, and she serves as a family advisor for the NFL Players Study at Harvard University. Her blog on relationships can be found at www.rachelterrill.com.
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