• Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Health Management & Policy
  • Human Development & Family Studies
  • Kinesiology
  • Nursing
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Recreation Management & Policy
  • Social Work

Meet Our Students

Meet Erica, a Social Work and RMP-Program Administration major.

Picture of Cody Waites painting a guitar with puzzle piecesCody Waites ’17, Human Development and Family Studies major, is using music to help kids with disabilities gain confidence along with the developmental skills needed to be at the same level as their peers.




Did you see that Kinesiology has three of the "coolest courses" at UNH?



Did You Know?

Do you want to learn more about the UNH Center for Professional Excellence in Child Welfare? Click here for more information!

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    Firsthand Experience in a Secondhand Store

    Internship helps Human Development and Family Studies student explore career options

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    Northeast Passage to receive $295K grant

    NEP will receive $295,393 grant to provide adaptive sports opportunities for veterans and service members with disabilities

  • 40-20-10 Celebration

    Mary Limoges, inaugural advisory board member, views one of the many memory boards at the department's 40-20-10 Celebration that took place on September 18th.  Governor Hassan spoke at the event.

  • Youth Sport Safety Symposium

    On September 12, 2014 the College of Health and Human Services Kinesiology Department held a symposium entitled Youth Sport Safety – Exercise in the Heat at the MUB

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    MapNH Health underscores looming changes in state’s medical needs

    Concord Monitor article explains how MapNH Health can help the Granite State avoid serious challenges in the coming decades.

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I am Healthy UNH!

Picture Eleni - I am Healthy UNHCheck out these stories from people in our community who make decisions that impact their health in a positive way!




The Wildcat Plate

In June 2012, Healthy UNH partnered with UNH's Dining Services to launch the Wildcat Plate, a UNH-specific portion plate, to be used in campus dining halls

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