Congratulations to Dr. Yarneccia Dyson for being one of the 2018 HHS Research Excellence Grant Recipients! These projects include basic research, applied/community engaged research, implementation/feasibility studies and quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods research designs reflecting the breadth of methodologies employed within HHS. Dr. Dyson’s featured research is Addressing the sexual health needs of African-American College Students enrolled in HBCUs and MSIs at Risk for HIV: A pilot study.
Congratulations to Dr. Dyson!
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JMSW Student Sarah Hamrick uses her creativity and sense of humor to showcase her journey through her first and last days of graduate school! We are delighted to share Sarah’s story with you.
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Dr. Jay Poole received new funding from Cone Health Foundation for the project “College Park Clinic.” The College Park Clinic will provide harm reduction services to those who are using opiates and will include screening, assessment, brief intervention, referral, syringe exchange, and education. These services represent a community-based collaborative effort between GCSTOP, The Congregational Nursing Program, and The Congregational Social Work Education Initiative, along with a network of providers in the community. The UNCG Department of Social Work, Cone Health Systems, and The Center for Housing and Community Studies at UNCG are administrative partners in this project.