- Students were trained in culturally-sensitive data collection, the Catawba Indian Nation culture and history, tribal government, and how to conduct biopsychosocial interviews.
- Winthrop students said the experience enhanced their understanding of issues related to aging, challenged their initial preconceptions about the Native American community and improved their self-confidence in their ability to conduct home visits.
Winthrop University, "Students Participate in University-Reservation Partnership with Catawba Indian Nation" (2016). Winthrop News 2016. 164.