Amanda Carroll ’09, ’12, aims to be a three-time Tar Heel alumna after completing her PhD in occupational science as she seeks to better understand the relationships between military service, occupational participation, resilience, and successful aging for older U.S. military veterans.
Bustle recently featured Mary Ellen Wells, PhD, in an article titled “What Happens to Your Brain When You’re Sleep Deprived.” Wells is the director an associate professor of the Neurodiagnostics and Sleep Science program, a joint initiative between UNC-Charlotte and the UNC-School of Medicine.
WCHL recently featured Jennifer “Jenny” Womack as part of its Woman Crush Wednesday feature. In the radio show, Womack spoke about her involvement with the Partnerships in Aging Program, an initiative of the University’s Office of the Provost. Womack also discussed her work with Cresent Magnolia, an initiative of Orange County Habitat for Humanity.
The Department of Allied Health Sciences celebrated its 13th annual donor appreciation brunch, designed to recognize donors and scholarship recipients across eight departmental programs, on Saturday, November 9, 2019. This year, 78 students received scholarships and, in 2018, faculty researchers earned $4.9 million in grants and awards. The department celebrated having five top-ranked programs and … Continued
During my seven days stay in Grenada, I had the opportunity to visit two hospitals, Prince Alice Hospital and General Hospital. During my stay at Princess Alice Hospital, I had the chance to speak with hospital staff from all areas of the hospital to include but not limited to physicians, nurses, imaging technologists, administrators, environmental … Continued