Research Center for
Child Well-Being

The RCCWB conducts prevention research impacting the well-being of children ages 2 to 10, with the dual goal of (1) reducing risk for social, emotional, and behavioral problems and (2) decreasing unhealthy lifestyle behaviors.

Center Spotlight

Debra Furr-Holden

Dean, NYU School of Global Public Health

The Social Determinants of Behavioral Health

Friday, October 7th – 1:30PM

Pastides Alumni Center

The interdisciplinary University of South Carolina Research Center for Child Well-Being is supported by Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) grant P20GM130420 from the NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences, enhanced by support from the College of Arts & Sciences and the Arnold School of Public Health. 

Psychology Tenure-Track Faculty Opening

Prevention Science & Child Well-Being

Distinguished Speaker Series

Featuring prevention scienties and methodologists; faculty, students, staff, and community members welcome

Research

Fostering children’s socio-emotional well-being and healthy lifestyle behaviors