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Restoring Moms: A Journey of Healing with Horses

March 11, 2022

Program Description By April Parker, MSW, LCSW In the fall of 2019, a group of women experiencing postpartum depression, anxiety, trauma or other maternal mental health issues, gathered at the Shepherd Youth Ranch in Creedmoor, North Carolina, to work with … Read more

Pathways to Dentistry: Virtual Shadowing Partnerships

March 11, 2022

During these Virtual Shadowing events, participants have the vantage of three to four angles of the procedure, and they can ask questions in real time to a secondary dentist or dental student. With the success of these events, the Adams … Read more

We’re Still Here: North Carolina’s Indigenous Cultures

March 2, 2022

North Carolina is home to the largest population of American Indians east of the Mississippi River, totaling more than 184,000 people with eight state-recognized tribes and four urban Indian organizations. During this program, we will learn more about each tribe … Read more

Student Leadership in Service

February 26, 2022

Join APPLES Service-Learning student leaders to learn about the variety of opportunities for engagement on and off-campus. APPLES provides direct service opportunities, plus education and reflection, to help students make deeper meaning of their service and learn more about communities … Read more

Interprofessional Team-based Leadership Development

February 26, 2022

This webinar describes inclusive and interdisciplinary models for leadership development. Participants will learn about three team-based leadership initiatives for healthcare providers, healthcare trainees, and community-academic partnerships.  

Building Relationships Across Differences

February 25, 2022

An interactive training for building relationships with people of different backgrounds. Participants will tackle questions such as: What do you want people to think about you? What are you worried they will think about you? What tactics might you employ … Read more