CHHS Cultural Activity Funding Awarded

Congratulations to the following faculty for receiving funding through the CHHS Cultural Activity Funding Request for Proposals for the 2016-17 academic year:

Solution Focused Practice with Veterans & Families: Kristin Bolton, School of Social Work; Candy Ashton, Health and Applied Human Sciences; Brandi Crowe, Health and Applied Human Sciences; Stephanie Smith, School of Nursing; Paul Siverson, Department of Veterans Affairs, Combat Veteran Center; and Olivia Herndon, SEAHEC.

Supporting Students in Recovery – The National Perspective: Mitzi Averette, School of Nursing; Noell Rowan, School of Social Work; Lenis Chen-Edinboro, School of Health and Applied Human Sciences; and Lauren Rivenbark, UNCW Crossroads/Collegiate Recovery Center.

Trauma-Informed Care: Strengthening Our Community to Support Child and Adolescent Trauma Survivors: Amy Feath, The Carousel Center, Child Advocacy Center; Leslie Roach, MSW Student, School of Social Work; Jacquelyn Lee, School of Social Work; Brandi Crowe, School of Health and Applied Human Sciences; and Patty White, School of Nursing.

Blossoming Through Reflection: Using Country Music to Promote Wellness: Elizabeth A. Gazza, School of Nursing; Richard Uranga, School of Social Work; Brandi M. Crowe, School of Health and Applied Human Sciences; and Sara Zebley and Hayley Prosser, Steel Blossoms.

Self-Care Showcase: Holistic Health for Soaring Seahawks: Ashley Hinds, BS student in the Public Health Studies Program, School of Health and Applied Human Sciences; Stacey Kolomer, School of Social Work; Jorge Figueroa, School of Health and Applied Human Sciences; and Nancy Ahern, School of Nursing.

Thanks to the members of the CHHS Globalization and Culture and Diversity Committee for their work in reviewing the proposals: Peter Nguyen (chair), Lori Dugan, Jessica Strong, Alexia Franzidis, Brandi Crowe, Lolita Bryant, Jeanne Kemppainen, Christie Gutierrez-Soto, Ashley Auerback, Kent Guion, Michael Wilhelm and Kristen Brogdon.