Research & Projects

Students majoring in Health and Wellness Promotion participate in a wide variety of projects, including original research, writing informative and evidence-based papers, and giving presentations in their classes and in the community. Here are a few examples.

Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate Research (UR) is self-directed or -designed academic work by an individual student or team of students that addresses a research question with the expectation of a scholarly or creative product intended for publication or presentation on or off campus. Students undertake this work with a faculty mentor for at least one academic term or intensive summer, through which students learn and assume their roles as researchers and creators. To learn more, please visit the Undergraduate Research Program website.

These papers were published in the UNC Asheville Journal of Undergraduate Research.

Community Engaged Scholars

The following papers were published in the UNC Asheville Journal of Service Learning.

Capstone Projects: Talks

Spring 2019

HWP 459 Capstone Spring 2019: J. Diesel “Trauma Releasing Exercises”

HWP 459 Capstone Spring 2019: S. Stovall “Racial Disparities in Substance Use Treatment”