Clinical Instructor, Child Development and Family Studies
West Virginia University
College of Education and Human Services
Department of Learning Sciences and Human Development
Nancy Wolfe-Dilgard received her undergraduate degree in Sociology/Anthropology from West Virginia Wesleyan College and her master's in counseling and guidance from West Virginia University. She is a clinical instructor and the program coordinator for the Child Development and Family Studies undergraduate program in the Department of Learning Sciences and Human Development at the West Virginia University College of Education and Human Services. Wolfe-Dilgard's research interests include addictions, adolescent drug and alcohol, gambling, and family studies as well as the impact of culture on early childhood in Appalachian and rural families.