College of Health and Human Services |
  • Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Health Management & Policy
  • Human Development & Family Studies
  • Kinesiology
    Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Outdoor Education, Health & Physical Education, Sport Studies
  • Nursing
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Recreation Management & Policy
    Program & Event Management, Therapeutic Recreation
  • Social Work

In the Spotlight

Denver Greene

Denver Greene, Health and Physical Education student, joined the major because he "wanted to stay involved in sports &...wanted to work with kids."

Alix Parent Campbell

Human Development and Family Studies alum, Alix Parent Campbell, is a CAPSC's homeless outreach specialist, and just became the very first recipient of the CAPSC Mission Award.

Dr. Therese Willkomm

Dr. Therese Willkomm, with the Institute on Disability and Clinical Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy, recently received a $75,000 grant for iCreATe for Paralysis.

 

  • Grimes Competition presenters

    2017 Grimes Competition

    The Grimes Competition is an annual celebration of excellence in undergraduate student research made possible through the generosity of Jack and Marianna Grimes

  • NH Medicaid Symposium

    NH Medicaid Symposium

    Download presentations and watch the recording of NH Medicaid Today and Tomorrow: Focusing on Value

  • Building a Team

    Interprofessional course brings majors together.  CHHS launched an interprofessional education (IPE) course during the spring semester that was so successful, it will be offered next fall.

  • 2017 Annual Awards Celebration

    2017 Annual Awards Celebration

    On April 27, the College held its annual awards celebration recognizing faculty, staff, and students for their achievements and accomplishments over the past year

  • Jeff Carter '19

    Passion on and off the Gridiron

    Jeff Carter '19 is going to be a nurse. The fact that he’s a 6-foot-3, 275-pound offensive lineman on the UNH football team just makes his story more interesting.

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