Revolutions in Recreation Therapy
In 1998, when Dan Johnson joined UNCW’s College of Health and Human Services, the recreation therapy program included two faculty members and about 30 students. Today, it offers a dozen courses to 150 students, more than 90 percent of who pass the field’s national exam.
Coral Sponges and Our Eco-Future
Lindsey Deignan, a fourth-year Ph.D. student in marine biology, is demystifying the ocean floor. In collaboration with advisor Joseph Pawlik, as well as fellow graduate students, Deignan has uncovered new information about underwater ecosystems, by actually living among them.
HIV Outreach Among Women
Dr. Paula Reid, UNCW School of Nursing, continues to enhance health care for underserved populations. The recent recipient of a Corbett Grant for her scholarship on how women manage their HIV, Reid also has a support group in Jacksonville, serves on the board of directors for a regional HIV consortium, and has joined the International Nursing Network for HIV/AIDS Research.
Exploring the Waves for New Medical Knowledge
North Carolina Health News
Female CFOs reduce corporate tax evasion
To view other local, regional and national
media placements, please visit UNCW in the News.