Through his work with the United Methodist Committee on Relief, Gary Locklear has helped his rural North Carolina county rebound from two devastating floods. He’s grateful, he says, to be able to help his neighbors find hope amid despair.
From taking blood pressure readings to checking prescriptions, Cody Darnell is using his training as a paramedic to keep at-risk patients in Ashe County, N.C., safer and healthier in their homes.
What can six faculty members from Davidson, Furman and Johnson C. Smith accomplish in four weeks at the National Humanities Center? A lot! “It’s hard to imagine a better place for propelling scholarly activity,” says Furman’s Michele Speitz.
We hear from Beth De Santis about helping young people in South Carolina make informed decisions about relationships and reproductive health.