The Program in Community Engagement (PCE) works with the community to identify health concerns and to seek solutions together. The program connects community members, research scientists, and health care providers to improve health.
Over 65 people attended this workshop led by Dean Clifford, PhD. The workshop provided discussion on early brain development with practical classroom strategies.Read More
Monday, February 10th from 5:00 - 7:00pm in the Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest University, there will be a 20 minute documentary film showing featuring African American community members telling the story of changes in the food environment in Winston-Salem.Read More
One of PCE's newest projects is looking into the Parent/Child interaction and raising awareness of the unique needs of infants and small children for healthy brain development. Stay tuned for updates on workshops coming in 2014 to address this problem.Read More
Another article about the great work Margaret Savoca and Jessica Pic have done with the documentary film, “Foodways and Roadways.” The film examines the food traditions of African-Americans in Winston-Salem before the 1960s.Read More