“There’s a place for utilization for all of these technologies. I think we just need to figure out what situations, what patients, and what indications are the most appropriate for each.”
The foodservice business can be an unpredictable one—and that’s a lesson dietetic interns at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) have been learning first-hand.
“The hiking program continues to be a welcome part of my social life. This is just a wonderful group of supportive friends,” says Nancy Ryckman ‘82 MEd, active member of UNC Greensboro’s hiking group Celebrate the Trail to Recovery (CTR).
People identify with (a team) and they identify through them — their sense of self, in part, can be constructed through sport. — Adam Berg, Kinesiology Associate Professor
Subsidy staff shared that Latino families experienced language barriers, difficulties accessing the internet or other electronic communication channels, and difficulties accessing in-person services.
While uninterrupted attachment to the labor force is a good thing, higher levels of job loss in the US may have benefited economic efficiency as workers had more incentive to consider better job opportunities.
Public Health Education Gabrielle S. Evans, PhD(c), MPH, CHES(she/her) is a sexuality educator and researcher from North Carolina and a proud citizen of the Haliwa-Saponi Tribe. Gabrielle is the co-founder of The Minority Sex Report, LLC, an award winning platform, whose mission is to provide representation in sexuality education. The … Continued
Peace and Conflict StudiesPeace and Conflict Studies alumni, Tom Martinek, Jr. is a prime candidate for the Alumni HHS Pacesetter Award. Since graduating with a MA from the PCS Department in 2012, Tom has been both a colleague and critical supporter of the PCS Department and curriculum offerings. Tom graduated … Continued
Nutrition Jessica completed her BS degree in Nutrition at UNCG in 2018 before pursuing her master’s degree in sport nutrition and dietetic internship at the University of Utah and has been credentialed as a Registered, Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist since 2021. She currently works as a Performance Dietitian for the Tampa Bay … Continued
KinesiologyDr. Katie Wurst, is a 2018 graduate of the EdD in Kinesiology program at UNCG. Katie recently changed jobs as the head coach of Women’s Rugby at Queens University of Charlotte. She is now the Assistant Athletic Director at Warren Wilson College, and still working hard to advance the sport, … Continued