UNH grad student’s autism research hits home
Samantha Brand ‘17
Sometimes research bumps up against real life. In the case of Samantha Brand ‘17, that collision was set in motion in 2015 when she decided to apply for a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship through the UNH Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research. Earlier this year, Brand, now a graduate student whose field is occupational therapy, presented her findings at a conference in...
Program lauded for graduation rates, faculty-to-student ratios and more
Pettee Hall at UNH, home of the department of social work
The university’s social work program in the College of Health and Human Services has long attracted top students and faculty. But now, it’s getting some national recognition — USA Today and College Factual recently named the University of New Hampshire as one of the top 10 U.S. colleges at which to study social work.
UNH ranked eighth overall, with USA Today...
Mark Bonica moderates the bench strength panel discussion
The College of Health and Human Services recently co-sponsored an event with the Northern New England Association of Healthcare Executives. “Shaping the Future: Leadership and Public Policy in Health Care” brought together students, alumni and external health and human service partners to discuss the health systems’ role in formulating public policy, fostering talent management and bench strength within health care organizations, and...