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

Maeve Ennis

Meet our intern Maeve Ennis, a RMP: Therapeutic Recreation sophomore who loves getting involved around campus, outside of working at CHHS.

Bridget Shanks

KIN: Sport Studies alum, Bridget Shanks, is working towards her Master’s in Sport and Recreation Leadership after managing ticket sales for some of Villanova University's athletic teams.

Vernon Brooks Carter

Dr. Vernon Brooks Carter, Associate Professor and Associate Department Chair for Social Work, recently spoke out against social injustices at an event held in Portsmouth, NH.


  • UNH Nursing DEU, Exeter Hospital

    UNH Nursing Partners with Exeter Health System to Prepare Tomorrow's Nurses

    UNH Nursing expands number of students to experience clinical in Dedicated Education Unit (DEU).

  • UNH Occupational Therapy Students Advocate on Capitol Hill

    UNH Occupational Therapy Students Advocate on Capitol Hill

    UNH Occupational Therapy Students Advocate on Capitol Hill. Click the photo to learn more about their trip!

  • 2017 Fall RMP Cookout

    Fall 2017 RMP Bi-Annual Cookout Success

    Fall 2017 Cookout was a success! Music, games, friends, great weather, and BBQ. The students kept the RMP faculty grillmasters busy. Everyone enjoys this bi-annual RMP event.

  • 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

  • Northeast Passage Staff

    Northeast Passage Receives Grant from Department of Veteran Affairs

    Congresswomen Carol Shea-Porter and Annie Kuster recently announced a grant of $173,000 from the Department of Veteran Affairs will be going to NEP. For the full story, click the photo above.

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