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Prevention Strategies Receives Small Business Innovation Research Grant from NIAAA

Prevention Strategies was recently awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) for the proposal “An Integrative Approach to Co...

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Prevention Strategies President Receives Research Award

Each year, UNC Greensboro’s Health and Human Sciences Research Excellence Awards recognize HHS faculty members for their outstanding research contributions. This year, David Wyrick PhD, President of Preventio...

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David Wyrick Speaks at NCAA Convention 2018

Prevention Strategies President, and Director of the Institute to Promote Athlete Health & Wellness, David Wyrick was a presenter at the 2018 NCAA Convention in Indianapolis. Dr. Wyrick was a contributor to...

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IPAHW Named to Baltimore Student Athlete Coalition

The Institute to Promote Athlete Health & Wellness (IPAHW) was recently named as a member of the Baltimore Student Athlete Coalition. The Coalition’s purpose is to enhance equity, education, and character...

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Dr. Orsini Presents to American Evaluation Association

Dr. Muhsin Michael Orsini, Vice President for Research and Evaluation, recently presented two research papers at the 31st Annual Conference of the American Evaluation Association (AEA) in Washington, DC. The co...

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Dr. Wyrick on Panel at Faculty Athletics Representative Association Annual Meeting

Dr. David Wyrick, President of Prevention Strategies and Director of the Institute to Promote Health and Wellness at UNCGreensboro is participating in the panel presentation, "A Membership Wake-Up Call: Outcome...

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AASP Distinguished Applied Contribution Award

Congratulations to the Institute to Promote Athlete's Health and Wellness's own Dr. Erin Reifsteck, who just received the Association for Applied Sport Psychology’s Distinguished Applied Contribution Award fo...

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Brain Care begins year two of three year program

Brain Care, an online concussion education and concussion reporting promotion program that engages both student-athletes and coaches, recently launched year two of its three year program. “Concussion is a to...

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itMatters launches second optimization trial

itMatters, a program designed to target the influence alcohol has on sexual behaviors and decrease sexually transmitted infections (STI) among first year college students, is launching its second optimization t...

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Evaluation Shows Program Making Positive Impact

Let Me Run, a nonprofit wellness program that inspires boys to be themselves, be active, and belong, announced that a recent independent study, conducted by University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s Instit...

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