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    Nursing Master's Program Ranked Highest in Northern New England
    U.S. News & World Report releases nation's top ranked programs for 2022.
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    We Rise By Lifting Others
    The College of Health and Human Services is celebrating 50 years. View our anniversary publication here. 
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    Health Sciences Simulation Center 
    The new, state-of-the-art center opened in August. Learn more
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    Explore the College of Health and Human Services
    There are a million reasons why you should choose UNH's College of Health and Human Services. Find out why you belong here.

 College of Health and human services

The College of Health and Human Services inspires students to become strong, compassionate leaders who transform and improve the health and human services environment across the state, the region and the world. Led by engaged faculty and practitioners who are renowned in their fields, the College of Health and Human Services offers dynamic academic programs infused with applied learning and innovative research that prepare students for success. 


 

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  • The Effect of Headgear Use on Concussion Injury Rates in High School Lacrosse
    Trish Kelshaw is an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology. Her research promotes prevention and management strategies for concussion in sport, with the ultimate goal to promote safety.
    The Effect of Headgear Use on Concussion Injury Rates in High School Lacrosse
    Trish Kelshaw is an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology. Her research promotes prevention and management strategies for concussion in sport, with the ultimate goal to promote safety.
  • Helping people and solving problems
    Grace Roy '22 is a Health Management and Policy major from Dover, New Hampshire. 
    Helping people and solving problems
    Grace Roy '22 is a Health Management and Policy major from Dover, New Hampshire. 
  • Muhamed Cesko '21 is a Health Management and Policy major from Manchester, New Hampshire. 
    Muhamed Cesko '21 is a Health Management and Policy major from Manchester, New Hampshire. 
  • Climbing her way to success in the outdoor industry
    Isabelle Zytka '23 is a Recreation Management and Policy major from West Hartford, Connecticut. 
    Climbing her way to success in the outdoor industry
    Isabelle Zytka '23 is a Recreation Management and Policy major from West Hartford, Connecticut. 
  • Jaclyn Cohan '22 is a nursing  major from Westford, Massachusetts.
    Jaclyn Cohan '22 is a nursing  major from Westford, Massachusetts.

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Top 50 Occupational Therapy Program
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Nursing Master's Program #63 in Nation, #1 in Northern New England
U.S. News and World Report
1700
Undergraduates
550
graduate students
11
centers & institutes
93% Success Rate
CHHS students employed or enrolled in further education within 6 months of graduation
 
91% of Undergraduate Students Participate in at Least One Internship

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