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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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  • Name:  Sean McGrimleyHometown:  Seneca Falls, NYMajor:  Physical Education & Health PedagogyGraduation Year:  Undergraduate 2010, Graduate 2011 What are you currently doing?I am currently teaching elementary physical education at Little Harbour School in Portsmouth, NH.  Along with teaching...
    Name:  Sean McGrimleyHometown:  Seneca Falls, NYMajor:  Physical Education & Health PedagogyGraduation Year:  Undergraduate 2010, Graduate 2011 What are you currently doing?I am currently teaching elementary physical education at Little Harbour School in Portsmouth, NH.  Along with teaching...
  • Meet an ACE Mentor
    Name: Jade Doherty Hometown: Cape Cod, Massachusetts Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduation Year: 2021 Why be an ACE mentor? What attracted you towards the position? What attracted me to this position is that as an ACE mentor, I would be able to help fellow wildcats in the same...
    Meet an ACE Mentor
    Name: Jade Doherty Hometown: Cape Cod, Massachusetts Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduation Year: 2021 Why be an ACE mentor? What attracted you towards the position? What attracted me to this position is that as an ACE mentor, I would be able to help fellow wildcats in the same...
  • Meet an ACE Mentor
    Name: Jane KayarianHometown: Greenland, NHMajor: Social Work and Women’s StudiesGraduation Year: 2020
    Meet an ACE Mentor
    Name: Jane KayarianHometown: Greenland, NHMajor: Social Work and Women’s StudiesGraduation Year: 2020
  • Outdoor Inspiration
    Major: Outdoor Education Graduation Year: 2015, 2016G Born and raised on a small farm in Westmoreland, NH, I connected with the outside world throughout my childhood. Growing up I had the opportunity to creatively play outdoors, help around the farm, and fully embrace all that my small town had to...
    Outdoor Inspiration
    Major: Outdoor Education Graduation Year: 2015, 2016G Born and raised on a small farm in Westmoreland, NH, I connected with the outside world throughout my childhood. Growing up I had the opportunity to creatively play outdoors, help around the farm, and fully embrace all that my small town had to...
  • Saying Yes to New Opportunities
    I did my undergrad at UNH and got a bachelor’s in psychology. During my sophomore year, I took RMP 490: Rec. & Leisure in Society, thinking it would be an interesting elective. During a class one of the TR faculty came in and gave a presentation on Therapeutic Recreation as a major at UNH and...
    Saying Yes to New Opportunities
    I did my undergrad at UNH and got a bachelor’s in psychology. During my sophomore year, I took RMP 490: Rec. & Leisure in Society, thinking it would be an interesting elective. During a class one of the TR faculty came in and gave a presentation on Therapeutic Recreation as a major at UNH and...

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Top 10 Social Work Program
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Top 50 Occupational Therapy Program
U.S. News and World Report
Top 15% Health and Physical Education Program
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1700
Undergraduates
550
graduate students
10
centers & institutes
96% Placement Rate
Undergraduates 6 months of graduation

 

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