The Office of Innovation Commercialization

Current Research Projects

Our Research Fellows engage in a wide range of research, creative, economic development, and community engagement activities. Their current endeavors include the projects listed below.


African Youth Task Force


Enablers of HIV testing decision making in Hispanic/Latino women in the US South 


Evaluation of the effects of the ARTmail structured art activity on psycho social well being of seniors with dementia in North Carolina


Experience and attitudes toward spousal violence and reproductive diseases and treatment-seeking among women in India


Exploratory stages of a project examining health profiles and needs of older adult refugees and their families in North Carolina


Full Court Press: Providing Expert Witness Training and Technical Assistance on Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking


Human Trafficking Project


Immigrant Health ACCESS Project Evaluation


Intergenerational relations and views on elder care facility use among Asian Indian immigrants in North Carolina


Montagnard Health Disparities Research Network


Philosophy of Space 


Physiological Reactivity to Discrimination 


Post-resettlement chronic and emergency health care needs of refugees 


Purpose and Meaning Study – Asian American Adolescent Identity


Refugee Resettlement: A Comprehensive Approach to Resettlement and Integration


Sexual Assault Evidence: An Action Research Project


Social Engagement Patterns of Refugees Resettled within a Settlement House


Transcending Boundaries: Islam in the Triad, the USA, and the Wider World


Utilizing Children as Change Agents to Promote Healthy Family Behaviors