AASP Distinguished Applied Contribution Award for Moving On!
Congratulations to our own Dr. Erin Reifsteck, who just received the Association for Applied Sport Psychology’s Distinguished Applied Contribution Award for her work on Moving On!. This award recognizes a book/video/webinar/other resource which made a potentially significant contribution to education and/or practice in an area within the field. E
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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 top concerns in athletics today. BrainCare aims to increase concussion reporting among collegiate student-athletes by targeting their norms,
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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 trial this fall with over 20,000 students. One of the first web-based behavioral interventions to specifically target the intersection bet
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DIRECTOR OF IPAHW INTERVIEWED BY CHAMPION MAGAZINE
David Wyrick, PhD, Director of the Institute to Promote Athlete Health & Wellness, was recently interviewed for the NCAA's Champion Magazine on creating safe, nurturing spaces to talk about emotional health issues with athletes. You can read the full article here.
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IPAHW DIRECTOR NOMINATED FOR SYSTEM’S HIGHEST AWARD
David L. Wyrick, Director of the Institute to Promote Athlete Health & Wellness, is UNCG's nominee for the UNC system's 2017 O. Max Gardner Award. The award was established by the UNC Board of Governors to recognize faculty who have “made the greatest contributions to the welfare of the human race.” This is the highest faculty honor awarded
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